This exquisitely positioned two-bedroom apartment offers stunning north-facing living areas, filled with natural sunlight. As you enter you will appreciate the impressive design, two living areas that surround the spacious entertaining kitchen and spacious balcony.
Sure to appeal strongly to potential buyers or investors with the University of Canberra just around the corner, Calvary Hospital, Bruce CIT and all the offices and recreational amenities of Belconnen Town Centre nearby. Not to mention easy access to main transport routes, this delightful apartment ticks many of the boxes incisive buyers look for.
Within walking distance to local shops, University of Canberra and no need to park for the RAIDERS 2020 games!
Features: - Top floor apartment - North facing living areas - Two large bedrooms with built-in-robes - Two underground carparks - Large 93.66m2 living - Spacious 22.34m2 balcony - Spacious living areas - Two bathrooms - Living areas bathed in natural light - Generous living and meals area extending onto balcony - Spacious kitchen with ample bench space, island benchtop, stones benches, tiled splash back and stainless-steel appliances - Split system heating and cooling x 3 (living & bedrooms)
Particulars: - EER: 6 - House Size: 93.66m2 - Courtyard Size: 22.34m2 - Body Corporate: $3,416.60per annum approx.
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