Cosmopolitan Entertainer in the Heart of the Kingston Foreshore
This impeccable single-level apartment is situated in the heart of the Kingston Foreshore and offers a cosmopolitan life-style, with easy access to the peaceful surrounds of Lake Burley Griffin, Telopea Park and the Jerrabomberra Wetlands. Natural light illuminates the apartment which is positioned at the end of this eye-catching complex, in a northerly aspect.
The living areas boast beautiful Tasmanian Oak timber floors that flow directly onto the expansive outdoor terrace - ideal for hosting celebrations or engaging in some terrace gardening. The designer modern open-plan kitchen features stone bench-tops, quality appliances, a gas cooktop, reconstituted stone splash-back and stylish modular design kitchen units.
Three well-positioned bedrooms, with built-in wardrobes, allow for private and comfortable living areas. The master suite features a modern ensuite and walk-in-robe; and has direct access to the terrace. The guest bathroom is stylish and the apartment boasts a fully functional European-style separate laundry.
This alluring apartment is within easy strolling distance of the foreshore restaurants, cafes and bars, the Bus Depot Markets, the Kingston Shopping Village, Lake Burley Griffin, Commonwealth Park and Floriade.
Owner's comment: "Living in the apartment has been easy-going and truly exciting. Views of the lake and accessibility to the events the precinct offers make this a fabulous lifestyle choice!"
Single level 120 sqm of living 90 sqm of outdoor entertaining Large entertaining terrace with water views to the Carillon Views to all Kingston waterways Formal entry Electronically operated sun sheer and block out blinds throughout Three bedrooms with built-in wardrobes Master with walk-in-robe, fully tiled ensuite & direct access to the outdoor terrace Open plan kitchen, with gas cooktop, stone bench-tops and reconstituted stone splash-back Large island stone bench-top with designer shadow line Separate well-fitted European laundry, with floor to ceiling storage Tasmanian Oak timber flooring throughout; bathrooms are tiled Ducted reverse cycle air-conditioning Floor to ceiling Cosmopolitan styled double glazed windows which open onto huge panoramic terrace Stunning views of the Kingston Foreshore precinct Two car spaces with storage shed in secure underground garage Direct lift access from car park Secure building with intercom
Stroll to: Kingston Foreshore restaurants and bars Bus depot markets Fyshwick markets Jerrabomberra Wetlands Lake walking and cycling paths Kingston village shops National Art Gallery Portrait Gallery National Library Old Parliament House Manuka Oval Telopea Park EER: 6 Rates: $441 pq Body Corporate: $1884.30 pq
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