A one-bedroom apartment in Canberra simply doesn't get any better than this.
Located on the third floor of the prestigious 'The Pier' complex this apartment ticks every box:
Location? Tick. It's above the Kingston Foreshore and therefore walking distance to some of the best local restaurants and bars such as Morks, the Dock and Walt & Burley. It's also walking distance to the Parliamentary Triangle, Manuka and Russell Offices.
Views? Tick. With panoramic views over Lake Burley Griffin, waking up here will never get old. Enjoy a morning coffee in the sun as you watch the Go Boats leave from your balcony.
Construction? Tick. Developed by the best builder / developer combination Canberra has to offer with Doma and Bloc once again teaming up to produce a fantastic product. Known for such projects as Bridgepoint, the Realm Hotel, Burbury Apartments and Dockside.
Floor plan? Tick. Spacious throughout and with a floor plan that has both a separate laundry and a walk-in wardrobe, this apartments floor plan is a big tick. Rarely do you see a one bedroom with a large separate laundry that has the potential for extra storage to be built in.
Overall this is one that clearly ticks all the boxes. It's a property that will forever be unique due to its amazing aspect, finishes and location. This therefore means it will be great for an owner-occupier looking to live the Kingston lifestyle or an investor who wants to capitalise on the popular local rental market.
Great location - walking distance to the Parliamentary Triangle, Manuka, Kingston and Lake Burley Griffin
Spacious floor plan with walk-in wardrobe and separate laundry
Direct water views
Built by Bloc and developed by Doma who are arguably Canberra's best builder/developer combination
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