Block size: 3586 m² approx.Apartment size: 70 m² approx.On floor: 3 of 3
The best view in Griffith
Perfectly located between Canberra's best two restaurant and cafe precincts in Manuka and Kingston, this spacious two bedroom apartment will suit an occupant looking for the best lifestyle offered in Canberra. 'Kingston Park' has long been renowned as a quiet boutique complex that is within walking distance to the Parliamentary Triangle, the Kingston Foreshore, Lake Burley Griffin and great local schools such as Telopea and Canberra Grammar. Number 307 is arguably the best located property in the development as it only shares one wall with a neighbour and I challenge you to find a property in Griffith with a better view.
Stepping inside you are immediately filled with a feeling of space. Your eyes are immediately drawn to the greenery that is present off the balcony and beyond. It is a very private unit and with windows on both sides you are not only able to get all day sun but great airflow in the summer. As you begin to look around you notice the high ceilings, the timber floors and the carefully thought-out layout as the bedrooms that are generously sized, are separated by the bathroom so they do not share any common walls.
This property will be ideal for an an investor looking to secure a property with a high rate of return. The property is currently rented for $470 per week to great tenants until April 2020. There are always tenants to be found for this type of property due to the proximity of the property to the large number of workers in the neighbouring Parliamentary Triangle.
Fantastic panoramic views with a north aspect
Top floor & only one neighbour
Located halfway between Manuka and Kingston
Great investment yeild - $470 per week
$7000 upgraded reverse-cycle air conditioning to living and bedrooms
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