This renovated two bedroom split-level apartment is part of the iconic and very popular Harry Seidler designed complex. Whether you are a first home buyer or investor, this property offers an exceptional opportunity to live or invest in one of Canberra’s most sought after locations. The renovated kitchen offers sleek finishes and stainless steel appliances, overlooking the light filled open plan living area. The living area flows out onto a balcony with tree top views, perfect to enjoy a morning coffee or afternoon beverage.
Both bedrooms are generously sized and light filled and enjoy a leafy outlook from the classic Seidler horizontal strip windows. The property features a modern renovated bathroom with neutral tones as well as a laundry with built in shelving for plenty of storage space.
Located only a short drive from the city centre and Majura park shopping centre, minutes to the Campbell shops and Russell offices, this property offers the luxury of being close to the city centre while still being able to enjoy an established suburban setting with numerous parkland areas on your doorstep, as well as great walking tracks such a Mt Ainslie, only a short drive away. Situated within walking distance of Canberra Grammar’s early childhood campus, Catholic schools EER 2.5
• Renovated split level apartment • Double brick construction • Generously sized bedrooms • Renovated bathroom • Laundry with built in shelving • Light filled living arears • Leafy views • Fantastic location
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