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Penthouse apartment in the iconic “Altitude” development. The spacious and sunny open plan living room spills out onto an oversized wrap around terrace with plenty of room for entertaining family and friends whilst enjoying the views over Lake Ginninderra or the twinkling lights of Belconnen. The modern kitchen features stone bench tops, a walk-in pantry and stainless steel appliances. Three generous bedrooms all with built-in robes and sliding doors opening onto the wrap-around balcony. A modern bathroom and ensuite plus a discreet European style laundry complete this outstanding package. An exceptional lifestyle offering in a highly coveted location just moments from a variety of restaurants, Westfield Belconnen, Club Lime, the University of Canberra and the lake’s foreshore.
• Currently rented at $700 per week until March 2020 • Penthouse apartment of 190m2 (125m2 indoor and 65m2 balcony) • Stunning views of Lake Ginninderra from huge wrap around balconies • North facing open plan dining and lounge, double glazing throughout • Reverse cycle air-conditioning, modern well-appointed kitchen with walk-in pantry • Three generous bedrooms with built-in robes and direct access onto the balcony • Double car accommodation and storage cage within secure basement • Complex facilities include a 25m heated swimming pool, fully equipped gym and BBQ facilities
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