Beautiful and Spacious apartment located in Gungahlin Town Centre!
Phone enquiry code for this property: 4386
This amazing one bedroom + generous study apartment is located in the town centre of Canberra’s fastest growing area, Gungahlin.
Surrrounding the Gungahlin Square complex are supermarkets, cafes, restaurants, gyms and excellent public transport.
Gungahlin’s new light rail network begins right on your doorstep and links you directly to the city in under 30min.
The apartment is located on the top floor of this complex and has a generous and modern open lounge dining area, modern kitchen with stone tops and stainless steel appliances. The main bedroom is spacious with a mirrored built in wardrobe and glass sliding doors that gives you access to the north facing balcony which looks out onto the mountains.
The generous study easily acts as a second bedroom with bi-fold doors for complete privacy.
The apartment is NBN ready so you get access to Australia’s fastest network as well as full 4G coverage.
Perfect for anyone looking for a metropolitan lifestyle or for the eager investor looking to find a property in demand.
Features include: - One bedroom plus study/second bedroom - Open plan living - Designer Kitchen - Stainless Steel Appliances -Half Drawer Dishwasher - European style laundry with dryer - Modern bathroom with separate toilet - Reverse Cycle Heating and cooling -NBN connection - Top Floor Apartment - Secure underground parking - EER: 6.0
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