If you’re looking at downsizing, searching for your next investment, or if you just crave an easy-care lifestyle, then look no further than this exceptional property at Domain on the Park.
Boasting quality and class, 24/29-31 State Circle is located in a prime position. With only a few minutes’ drive to the city, close to parliament house and the buzzing Kingston foreshore, this apartment offers a home away from home experience, with the complex location and size.
The kitchen, equipped with state of the art appliances, ample storage and sleek high gloss finishes, flows through to the living areas which are drenched in natural light, with sliding doors through to a fully enclosed study area and entertainers balcony with views of Parliament House. This immaculate apartment also features large secure basement parking with 2 allocated spaces.
Currently managed by Accommodate Canberra executive short term rentals. For further information on Accommodate Canberra investment properties - please phone Peter Maloney on 0418 797 718.
EER 6 Features – - 2 bedroom plus study - 2 bathroom - 2 basement car spaces - Balcony facing parliament house - Convenient ”state circle” access, Parliament, Deakin, Barton etc - Easy access into the city (drive)
Unit size: Unit: 81m2 Balcony: 10m2 Car space: 14m2 x2 Storage: 2m2 (Please note all measurements are taking from original floor plans and are approximate.)
Year Built: 2012 No of Units in complex: 35
Outgoings for the property: Land Tax (Payable if rented out): $479.00 per quarter - Approx. General Rates: $387.53 per quarter Body corporate $1251.00 per quarter Water $165 per quarter - Approx.
Current Rental Appraisal: Long-term unfurnished - Between - $680 and $700 a week (approx.) Long-term furnished - Between - $720 and $750 a week (approx.)
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