Independent is delighted to present 2/5 London Cct, Canberra City; a rare opportunity to purchase a residential & commercially zoned property that gives you the ability to work from home. With a versatile floorplan, you can have choice in the way you live. With an open & flowing design, you'll find an airy & light-filled space as soon as you walk in to the property. The open rise staircase gives the appearance of a flowing space whilst the loft elements of the floorplan give you a modern touch on apartment living. With a strong rental return, this is a fantastic set & forget investment. Unit 1/5 next door is also currently for sale & could be sold together if you had larger space requirements. Features include: - Close to Canberra CBD - Light-filled design - Open rise staircase - 2 spaciaous bedrooms - Versatile kitchen with movable breakfast bar - Ducted heating & cooling - Modern bathroom - Guest powder room on ground floor - Spacious 87m2 of living - Courtyard & balcony - Facing onto London Cct - 1 car space situated close to apartment - Large storage cage in basement - Tenanted from January for 3 years at $640 p/w with annual increases - Short walk to restaurants, cafes, cinema & lifestyle driven amenities For further information or if you would like to view this property, call Igor Srbinovski on 0410 606 401 to book your private appointment today.
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