Luxurious single level apartment with huge wrap-around balcony
Enjoy excellent views over Canberra from the spacious open plan living areas and sensational large balconies of this fabulous luxury 3 bedroom apartment.
Offering 175m2 of internal living space, both of the open plan living areas, together with the kitchen, flow onto almost 90m2 of private covered and uncovered balcony, making it the perfect lockup and leave luxury residence, for empty-nesters or busy professionals.
-Completely freestanding apartment with no adjoining walls
-2 spacious open plan sun-drenched living areas.
-Superbly laid out kitchen with island bench, walk-in butlers pantry and Miele appliances
-Generous wrap around private balcony with room for outdoor kitchen, outdoor lounge furniture and a table for 10 plus a hot tub!
-Huge segregated master bedroom with enormous built in his and her robes
-Luxurious ensuite with freestanding bath tub, custom built double vanity and double shower.
-Built in robes in both bedrooms 2 & 3 with room for queen beds.
-Ducted reverse-cycle air-conditioning throughout living areas
-Individual air conditioning units for each bedroom
-Lift access shared with only 1 other apartment on the same level
-2 car Basement car park with lock-up storage
-Short stroll from the Kingston shops, lake and wetlands plus cafes and restaurants at the Foreshore
-Situated in a quiet secluded section of the exciting Kingsborough precinct
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