*Currently Under Offer* Ready to occupy or rent out - the choice is yours!
Highly desirable location in Deakin, only a few minutes walk to local shops, eateries & gyms. The "Ambassador" is one of Canberra's finest developments and is meticulously maintained offering extensive garden areas, common areas and an onsite Building Manager.
Unit 216 is a generously proportioned one bedroom apartment boasting light filled living areas with floor to ceiling double glazed windows. Outdoor entertaining is a breeze with sliding doors to the balcony from the main living area and additionally the main bedroom.
Quality inclusions throughout this apartment include: integrated fridge / freezer, microwave and dishwasher. Ducted heating & cooling throughout. Secure lift access to the apartment and basement area.
Light filled one bedroom apartment Built in study nook with shelving Separate laundry including plenty of storage & dryer Two way bathroom, functional design with floating vanity Ducted heating & cooling Great kitchen appliances included, such as fridge / freezer, microwave & dishdrawer style dishwasher Single car space allotment + storage cage Lift access Intercom Onsite Building Manager Local Shops & Gyms walking distance
Approx 67m2 Rates $380 per quarter (approx) Land Tax $423 per quarter (approx and only if rented) Water Rates $167 per quarter (approx) Body Corporate $925 per quarter (approx) Rental Estimate $500 - $550 per week
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