This new third floor, two-bedroom apartment in the recently completed Midnight complex is ideal for the investor, or professional looking to live within a stone's throw of the many attractions of Braddon and Canberra's CBD.
The apartment has a large living space of 93m2 that combines the dining and living that leads onto a large covered balcony. The main bedroom has a large robe and impressive ensuite, while the large second bedroom has a full built-in robe.
The sleek lines and functional layout are complemented by quality joinery, SMEG appliances, and double glazing for noise and temperature control. The apartment comes with a dedicated underground carpark and access to the complex's gymnasium and 25-meter lap pool.
If you are looking for a lifestyle that blends modern quality living in a new contemporary apartment in a central location renowned for its energy, creativity and dining possibilities, then this is the opportunity for you.
- Rental potential of $650-$670/Week (approx.) - Body Corporate $2,847 p.a (approx.)
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