Live right on the fringe of Canberra's burgeoning city centre, and amongst the exciting Braddon dining and entertainment precinct. This stylish, modern apartment sits atop the rest, with sweeping views from Braddon, to Black Mountain, and to the CBD.
Inside you'll find intelligently used open space, with high quality inclusions and plenty of natural light. Both the lounge and bedroom access the oversized balcony separately, and out here you can easily entertain a crowd or simply spread out and relax in the sun-drenched afternoons.
Braddon is becoming increasingly popular, and for obvious reasons. There is so much to do around here, and the location is about as convenient as you can get. This is why people are buying to live here, but also why the rental market is so active. With surging demand for rental properties in this area, this would make a sound investment for anyone looking to add a high-yield, low maintenance property to their portfolio.
What's on offer:
- 2 separate storage cages - Large entertainer's balcony - Secure underground parking - Walk to CBD, ANU, Braddon & Light Rail - Recently rented for $420 per week
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