Huge 1 bedroom Warehouse than can be made into a 2 bedroom unit
The first of its kind in Canberra, the ‘Kingsborough’ Warehouses have been extremely popular for those that want to create their own apartment & lifestyle.
The architectural form of The Warehouses is both an industrial & modern design featuring metal cladded walls, concrete ceilings, 3 metres high & a timber pressed concrete façade.
Given the internal walls are not load bearing buyers can change their design over time. This flexibility means there are literally 100’s of designs someone could do. Typical unit buildings have set locations for draining & electrical points however The Warehouses services run under a timber sub floor making it very easy to modify & grow your apartment.
This unique Warehouse product gives buyers the ability to personalise their floor plan as well as add value to their investment. The space can comfortably be configured to fit 2 bedrooms, however the beauty of the design means you can use the space however you wish, whether that be 1, 2 or 3 bedrooms, a home office & so much more. The adaptable & versatile plan can also be passed on to your buyers in the future if you decide to sell so they too can create something to their needs. This flexibility is unheard of in apartment living & will help give longevity & growth to your asset.
SMS “210” to 0422 638 106 to get a copy of the digital brochure & contract.
Warehouse 210 Features: - Huge 1-bedroom plan that can easily be converted to a 2-bedroom unit - Vacant & ready now - Early access available for free prior to settlement - Near new, less than 1 year old - 75m2 of living area - Windows on 2 sides - Great privacy with no other units looking in - Leafy treetop outlook - 2-way bathroom/ensuite - Modern kitchen with stone bench tops, dishwasher & washer/dryer - Reverse cycle air conditioning (cooling & heating) - 3 metre high ceilings - Located on Level 2 facing East - Huge sliding double glazed windows allowing lots of light & fresh air in - Single basement car space & storage enclosure
Kingsborough Development Features: - A variety of boutique shops & food choices including The Warehouse, Roast Tap Brew & Cafe, Magic Kitchen, vegan & organic cafe, Kingston Yoga, Kingston Foreshore Cycles & AGAPE Photography & Videography. - Low strata fees thanks to the low maintenance external finish as well as the communal solar panels - Members only 2 lane 25m indoor/outdoor lap pool & gym in the final stage, to be completed soon. - A children’s play area & community garden. - The developer is also looking to add 2 car share cars dedicated to the Village, as well as car community electric charging points. - 37 visitor car parks plus lots of on street parking - 3 minute walk to the foreshore & array of cafes, restaurants & pubs - NBN connected - Parcel lockers - Pet friendly (subject to notification) - A beautifully landscaped thoroughfare running through the heart of the development from Dawes Street to Cunningham Street which is already becoming a lively & convenient village for the residents
The Growing Location: There are some extensive infrastructure advancements in the Foreshore area that is set provide some strong potential for capital growth which includes: - The removal of the Power station - The nearby waterway improvement & future urban park zone - The arts precinct, shops & car parking
To Help Buyers: - We have a solicitor pre-allocated to provide a FREE contract review. - Offers are confidential & not disclosed to other buyers. - A 5% deposit is acceptable.
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