When looking for an affordable property in a great location, it does not come much better than this. Located within a stone's throw of O'Connor shops, just a short distance away from the ANU and close to the heart of Canberra CBD, this first floor, one-bedroom apartment offers easy living.
Recently repainted and re-carpeted this apartment is designed to maximise space. The practical living and dining area integrates well with the functional kitchen and walk-in pantry while the natural light that streams in through the large window enhances the living areas and creates the perfect spot for your morning coffee in.
A large balcony flowing out from the living room, overlooks the central courtyard and mature trees, which create a delightful sense of privacy. Here's where you can catch the summer breezes or soak up the warm winter sun from the north east.
Features: - One secure parking space under with storage - Intercom security access into building - Spacious master bedroom with built in wardrobes and french doors to private balcony - Open plan living - Sunny kitchen offers walk in pantry - Split system heating and cooling - Large north east facing balcony - Easy walk to O'Connor shops with supermarket, cafe, restaurant and more - Public transport nearby - ANU and Canberra CBD a short distance
Facts: - EER: 5.5 - Internal Living 57m2 and balcony 11m2 - Rental Potential: $380-$400 pw - General Rates: $386.00 pq - Land Tax: (if rented) $475.00 pq - Strata Fees: $912.20 pq - Water & Sewerage: $160.40 pq - Construction Complete: 2001 All sizes and costs are approximate, and buyers should make their own enquiries.
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