Don't miss this outstanding opportunity to own in the Ambassador!
Is this the executive first floor apartment you've been looking for? Now is the time to step into the perfectly located Ambassador complex in the heart of Deakin and renowned as one of Canberra's best known developments.
Upon entry, you'll be suitably impressed by the luxurious reception area and dining room facilities used by residents for social gatherings or just the chance to relax and enjoy both the indoor and outdoor amenities on offer throughout, complimented by a soothing pond.
You'll be spellbound by the artwork and sculptures that are scattered across the grounds, including a number of original artworks by GW Bot, Jan Brown, Jenny Topfer and Steven Deronne that were gifted for the benefit of the residents and selected for their connections to Canberra and interpretation of the unique Australian landscape.
This 127 m2 (approx) apartment is adorned with an open plan layout in the lounge area, separate dining and a study nook that has some customized cabinetry.
For those who love entertaining guests, the kitchen is built for you with a sumptuous finish, complete with quality appliances that are perfectly built in, including an integrated Fisher & Paykel refridgerator, dishwasher, Smeg microwave and ceramic cooktop and wall oven. If you appreciate having a plethora of storage, then you'll be impressed by the oversized pantry and appliance cupboards.
For comfort throughout the year, the apartment has a zone based ducted reverse cycle air conditioning, allowing you to set the temperature to match the season.
If you want to take entertaining outdoors, the 24m2 (approx) balcony has a pleasing aspect directly out onto the well manicured gardens located privately within the central area of the complex.
The master bedroom is well positioned and has a one off design that combines a dressing area and built in robes. The second bedroom is also well sized and has a built in robe.
The astute investor is bound to find The Ambassador as a complex that sits at the pinnacle of residential developments, particularly in the well sought after Inner South area. It is well located to the Deakin shops with a selection of shops and dining options, it also close to open parklands, sporting clubs and Lake Burley Griffin. Both the City or Woden shopping centres are less than 10 minutes drive.
Currently rented at $760 per week until May 2019.
Outgoings (approx): Body Corporate: $1,371 pq Rates: $276 pq Water Supply: $158 pq Land tax (if rented): $304 pq Features Include: * Open plan living * Two well apportioned bedrooms * Master bedroom with ensuite and dressing room * Separate toilet * Study nook has custom joinery * Entertainers kitchen with high quality appliances * Temperature cycle air conditioning * Views over manicured gardens * Single secure carspace with storage * Complex nestled in the boutique Deakin shopping precinct
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