An unsurpassed lifestyle within Canberra's most vibrant caf, restaurant & bar precinct combines with one of Braddon's most sought-after addresses in this modern, 3rd floor apartment with a sun-filled Easterly aspect facing towards Mount Ainslie.
With a generous 67m of internal living space, this quality apartment features floor tiles throughout the open plan living & dining area while stone benchtops with waterfall edges grace the kitchen along with premium Smeg appliances, timber-look cabinetry & built-in wine rack. The living & dining area feels particularly spacious thanks to impressive 2.9m high ceilings & an abundance of windows & sliding doors that open to the superb 19m covered balcony.
The large main bedroom is bathed in morning sun & again features expansive windows & sliding doors, built-in robe with a combination of mirrored & opaque glass sliding doors as well as access to the spacious balcony. The study room, complete with frosted glass sliding door & built-in desk, could easily be utilised as a second bedroom offering a versatile option for live in owners or investors. The stylish bathroom features floor-to-ceiling tiles along with mirrored medicine cabinet for additional storage.
The unbeatable location offers absolute convenience, with only a short walk before you are able to enjoy all that Braddon & the City centre has to offer. Additionally, just 400 meters away is the Elouera St light rail station, giving you easy access to Canberra's brand-new public transport system.
Features: - A spacious 67m of internal living plus a 19m balcony - East facing with views of Mt Ainslie - Light-filled open plan living & dining area - 2.9m high ceilings - Reverse-cycle heating & cooling - Smeg appliances in the kitchen plus stone, waterfall edge benchtops & built-in wine rack - Large main bedroom with built-in robe & access to balcony - Versatile study room/seccond bedroom - Basement car space plus storage enclosure - Lift access - Walking distance to light rail Elouera Street station
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