Set amongst a tree lined street, this top floor residence offers the executive lifestyle that this blue-ribbon suburb is known for. From the moment you step inside, this apartment offers a warm and inviting feel, while benefiting from a striking leafy outlook, a pleasant sized balcony and a light filled open plan design. This home presents as a functional space with an opportunity to add value.
Occupying a large master suite and second bedroom, this pleasant apartment has everything you need and more. Located in the sought after 'Kingston Park' complex, offering a lap pool, established gardens and the benefit of being moments from stunning walking trails and parks.
Griffith benefits from its close proximity to the Kingston Foreshore, Manuka Shopping Precinct and less than 15-minute drive to the Canberra CBD.
- Top level apartment located in a boutique complex - Open plan living and dining area - Master bedroom includes BIR and access-way to bathroom - Second bedroom/study - Reverse cycle heating and cooling - Generous balcony with tree-top level views - Communal lap pool - Well established common gardens - Secure car space
Living: 70m² (approx.) Balcony: 11m² (approx.)
Body Corporate: $880p.q (approx.) Rates: $621 p.q (approx.) Land Tax: $792 p.q (Payable when rented and approx.)
Currently Rented: $495 per week Lease Expiry: 25/06/2020
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