Designed by noted architect Harry Seidler, this fully renovated sun-filled apartment offers spacious accommodation for both owners and investors.
Charming location in 4 acres of native gardens yet offering easy access to all the amenities the inner north offers: the City Centre, ANU and the Campbell and Braddon precincts.
Highlights include • Attractive, modern kitchen and bathroom • Sunset views over treetops from second floor location • Generous off-street parking • Adjacent to public transport or enjoy a stroll or cycle ride to the City • Comfortable separate living and dining areas • Roomy built-in storage to both lounge and bedroom • Quality floor coverings and blinds • Top floor of 2 • Updated switchboard • Solid brick construction with concrete floor Apartment size 49 smq EER 0 Body Corporate fees $303.19 pq Sinking fund levy $133.70 pq
Offered with vacant possession, come through the RED DOOR and be surprised! For any inspections outside of open times please contact Philip Kouvelis 0412 622 420
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