Stunning ground floor corner apartment with a beautiful large wraparound courtyard
Designed & built by award winning Architect Marcus Graham, this stunning corner apartment is a must see. Nestled on the ground floor, space is not an issue with a 60m2 courtyard that wraps around both sides - bringing the outside in.
2 beautiful Japanese Maple trees gives you shade in summer & lets all the Northern sunlight in during those Canberra winter days. These well-established trees & the high fence allows you to have the privacy you deserve with an oasis of green everywhere you look. When the large sliding doors are fully open, you double the living space, creating an ideal area to just relax or entertain all your friends over the weekend. There are 24 apartments in this boutique complex but only a few have this much outdoor living. The standout is the design detail. Inside, it is sophisticated with the black & oak styling - a striking contrast. A glass door from the bedroom to the courtyard brings in the dappled sunlight, creating interest & lightness. The large corner window creates a peaceful space to sit in the morning sun & sip your morning coffee. The design also incorporates an abundance of storage in the hallway & in the kitchen. Perfect for a professional couple or single person who craves the proximity to the City but refuse to live in the standard concrete apartment. With the Light Rail only 1 block away, you are never far away from anything. A pleasant walk or bike ride through the beautiful established streets of Braddon is another option if you work in the City or just want to eat out in the evenings.
This apartment is exceptional & a standout from all the rest. Don’t miss out – you will regret it!
Features: - Internal living: 55m2 - Designed & built by award winning architect Marcus Graham - Sophisticated interior - 60m2 wrap around courtyard - Heated towel rail in bathroom - Pet friendly dog / cat door - Communal grassy area - Secure parking - Ceiling fans in both bedroom & living areas - Abundance of internal storage - Additional storage cage in basement
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