This spacious 2 bedroom apartment is simply perfect and situated in one of Canberra’s finest locations. The home is tucked away on the 5th level in the 'Monarch' complex in the inner-north suburb of Turner and is close to the light rail, the cafe scenes of Lonsdale Street Braddon, Dickson and the City Centre so you can even leave the car at home!
This large apartment includes modern finishes throughout and with its stylish and functional design. With its generous open plan living area, stylish kitchen with dishwasher and ample storage along with reverse cycle air conditioning for your year-round comfort, this home has everything you need. An added bonus is the sparkling indoor pool and gym in the complex perfect for downtime relaxation.
Features of this property include:
92sqm of living with 2 balconies Master bedroom with walk in robe and ensuite 2nd bedroom with private balcony and walk in robe Two way bathroom Reverse cycle air conditioning (new unit) Modern kitchen with stone benchtops, dishwasher, 900mm oven and induction hotplates Separate laundry room with dryer Open plan living area opening onto a covered balcony 2 car spaces (tandem) Storage Pool and gym in the complex Private lift access shared by only 2 apartments
General Rates: $1,597 per annum approx. Land Tax: $1,815 per annum approx. Body Corporate Levies: $5,088 per annum approx.
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