Sensational Fully Furnished Apartment in 'The Apartments'
This spacious one bedroom and large study apartment faces due north and has a lovely outlook into the heritage courtyard of New Acton precinct. The Apartments is considered one of Canberra's premium luxury buildings offering high end inclusions and finishes, wonderful amenity and super convenient location next to the A.N.U. and Lake Burley Griffin. The Award winning urban village has cafes, restaurants, wine bar, convenience store, cinemas and more.
A convenient feature of this apartment is that both the parking and storage are located on the same level, meaning quick access from your car to your apartment without needing the lift.
The building is beautifully maintained and has a fully equipped gym, art installations and podium sky gardens.
Whilst this property would certainly suit a live-in owner it particularly offers a range of attractive and flexible propositions for the astute investor. Options include renting conventionally, via the Peppers Hotel or on AirBnB.
• 72sqm of living plus 9sqm of covered balcony • Fully furnished • Miele appliances and marble features • Double glazing • Car space and storage cage on level 2 • Rates $1,469 p.a. • Land tax $1,602 p.a. • Levies $3,920 p.a.
Call BORIS. on 0402 907 182 for your exclusive appointment. Canberra's Luxury Apartment Specialists
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