A rare opportunity presents itself to purchase at the highly sort after Midnight complex. Positioned next to the new Light Rail, cafes and restaurants, this sophisticated and stylish apartment delivers convenience and amenities at your doorstep.
Located on the third floor, this spacious one-bedroom apartment delivers a thoughtful floor plan with an abundance of natural light. The large kitchen opens onto your living and dinning area which is surrounded by double-glazed floor to ceiling windows that leads onto a balcony.
With reverse-cycle air conditioning, Smeg stainless steel appliances and a European laundry, this apartment is a must to inspect in order to fully appreciate the quality.
Enjoy living in this contemporary Inner North apartment where you can take advantage of the amenities within the complex including the indoor swimming pool & gymnasium.
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• Double glazed windows
• Smeg cooktop, oven, rangehood & dishwasher
• Built in wardrobes
• Reverse cycle air-conditioning
• Secure car park
• Private cabanas and outdoor kitchen facilities overlooking the pool
• 25-metre pool
• Gym featuring state-of-the-art equipment and change room facilities
• Moments walk to restaurants and the nightlife of Braddon
• 5-minute walk to Canberra CBD
EER: 6.9 Aspect: West Body corporate: Approx. $2.088 p.a Land Tax: Approx. $1,400 p.a Rates: Approx. p.a $1,300 p.a Rental Estimate: $530 p.w Stamp Duty:Approx. $9,186
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