This 3 bedroom townhouse in the new Highbury development in Turner offers savvy investors and home buyers seeking a slice of inner city serenity a beautiful aspect in arguably one of Canberra's most sought after locations. Turner's vibrant streets and leafy aspect etch a streetscape that resonates with Canberrans. At Highbury worlds collide providing you with the perfect combination - a new home in an established area the perfect opportunity to develop a well-rounded lifestyle. With an uncompromised commitment to quality the developer is proud to create Highbury -Turner.
Features included (to name just a few):
North Facing Design* Close to the City and ANU
Double Car Accommodation
CCTV security cameras in basement and common areas
Close to the light rail route
Reverse cycle air-conditioned- Ducted
Boutique style development*Beautifully landscaped common areas
Call now about this exclusive opportunity on 0408 488 148 or to get more information please email me at email@example.com
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