Block size: 8529 m² approx.Apartment size: 255 m² approx.On floor: 2 of 2
House Sized Penthouse Opposite Parliament House
In one of Canberra's finer residential apartment buildings, a truly marvellous penthouse offering a stylish and sophisticated lifestyle opportunity. In excess of 255m2 of stylish living spaces with high ceilings, walls of northerly glass looking to Parliament House and bushland. Polished timber floors, expanses of living space with a flexible configuration, designer kitchen and access to large north terrace. Grand master suite, additional large bedrooms with main bathroom, huge study/4th bedroom. Extensive rear terrace space, 4 car garaging and massive private store area. Substantial offering - exceptional value.
- 255m2 of internal living, all on one floor - 96m2 of external terrace, including north facing balcony - Large living/dining room, separate study & separate family room - Expansive kitchen with Miele appliances - Separate full sized laundry - Timber floors in main living area, carpeted in remaining bedrooms, study & lounge - Double glazing throughout - Reverse cycle heating/cooling & heatglo fireplace in living room - 3 Large bedrooms, main bedroom with full wall wardrobe - Main bathroom with bath - 4 carspaces downstairs & large storage cage - Views of Forrest and Parliament House from balcony - Boutique complex, 2 units on top floor - Internal 255m2, Strata $12,441pa, Rates $801pq, Land Tax $1268pq (if rented)
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