Extremely well-positioned and spacious two-bedroom apartment
Located in the Vibe complex in the sought-after Inner North location of O'Connor, this two-bedroom apartment presents a great opportunity for owner occupiers, downsizers and investors alike.
Positioned on the top floor, this sunbathed property showcases north facing open plan living and dining areas which lead out to the rear balcony. Outdoor entertaining is achieved with ease from this top-floor position, with the balcony creating the perfect place for alfresco dining. The kitchen features ample bench and pantry space and is equipped with stainless steel appliances.
Two-bedrooms are set to the front of the apartment, ensuring segregation from the living areas of the property. The master bedroom features a walk-in-robe and private ensuite, with both bedrooms offering access out to the fronting balcony which overlooks David Street.
Uncompromised in location, the apartment is only a short walk to the local shopping centre and close to the CBD, Australian National University and conveniently placed close to bus and light-rail routes, with bike paths also nearby. Don't miss this opportunity to enjoy living a convenient lifestyle or reap the rewards of strong rental yields.
- Two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment - Master bedroom with walk-in-robe and ensuite - Second bedroom with built-in-robe - Open plan living and dining area - Floor-to-ceiling windows - AEG appliances - European laundry - Bathtub to main bathroom - Linen cupboard - Daikin reverse cycle heating and cooling - Brand new carpet throughout - Front and rear balconies - Intercom for visitors - Two side by side secure underground car parks, closest to the stairs - Fully enclosed storage room - Well-kept common courtyard in complex with BBQ
EER: 6 stars Internal Size: 80m2 (approx.) Rental Appraisal: $560 - $590 per week (approx.) Front Balcony: 4m2 Rear Balcony: 14m2 Rates: $1,841.51 per annum (approx.) Land Tax: $2,320.06 per annum (approx.) Body Corporate: $7,247.72 per annum (approx.)
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