Block size: 2306 m² approx.Unit / Apartment size: 54 m² approx.On floor: 2 of 8
Updated Apartment - City Centre!
Don't miss the opportunity to make this fabulous updated one bedroom apartment yours!
Located in the heart of the city, on the 2nd floor in Nesuto Apartment Hotel Canberra, this easy care apartment presents a great investment with solid returns or is also suited to an owner occupier.
Notable features sure to impress include:
* Well-appointed master bedroom with mirrored built-in robe & ensuite access * Ducted Air Conditioning, open plan living & dining area * Updated kitchen with stone bench tops & stainless steel appliances including dishwasher * Private court yard * Security building with intercom entry & lift access * Recreational facilities including a well equipped gymnasium, heated indoor swimming pool, spa, sauna, roof-top tennis court, BBQ area & recreational lounge/library
Ideal investment opportunity with excellent rental prospects however also suited for an owner occupier or first home buyer.
The apartment is currently leased to Nesuto Apartments under our rental guarantee scheme until April 2020.
Nesuto offer a total management solution with guaranteed rental income & owner stay program so you can enjoy a secure line of income whilst having the flexibility to stay at any Nesuto Apartment Hotel toughout Australia & New Zealand at a heavily discounted rate from time to time.
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Block size: 2306m² (approx)
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