Live the true Canberra lifestyle in the heart of it all! Here lies a fantastic opportunity for investors, professionals or anyone working in the CBD of Canberra to purchase a home just moments away from everything you could ever need.
With a modern, fresh vibe, a neutral colour palette and awesome City views, the apartment is situated a short stroll from popular restaurants & cafes, shopping, a night out, the theatre and most of the biggest events of Canberra. You will love living amongst the true culture of Canberra.
The light-filled, open plan living flows directly through to the private balcony and will welcome you home with open arms along with the airy, modern kitchen. The bedroom is generously sized and is equipped with a built-in robe and its own private balcony.
One of the many perks of living in this particular complex are the facilities! No more queuing in long lines this summer with the complex featuring a swimming pool, gym and sauna as well as beautiful gardens and an outdoor BBQ area for entertaining friends and family.
• Indoor pool, gym and sauna • Well-kept gardens with outdoor BBQ area • Open plan spacious Living • Reverse cycle air conditioning • Dual balconies • FOB access to car park • Storage shed and complex lift • Close to public transport • Short walk to City Centre • Body corporate fees: $1,205.47 per quarter • Rates: $1,597 per annum • Land Tax: $445 per quarter • EER: 6.0
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