This light filled one bedroom apartment is located in Canberra’s popular Kingston precinct. Within a short stroll, you can indulge in many cafes, bars and restaurants along the Kingston Foreshore. Also, positioned alongside Lake Burley Griffin, you can enjoy picturesque walks at your leisure. The attractive lifestyle here is one that will not disappoint!
The building itself was designed by internationally renowned architects- Architectus, with interiors by Hecker Guthrie. ‘The Prince’ offers a stylish point of difference and was awarded for its energy efficiency. The apartments surround a beautiful lush garden, crafted by LSA Design, inspired by London’s Notting Hill Park.
Features: -Located in the ‘The Prince’ development -Award winning development for the Energy Efficiency of 7.3 stars and high quality finishes -Currently rented for $450/week until 6th of July 2020 -One bedroom apartment located on the 3rd floor -Parkland views -Single basement parking with storage -Light, spacious apartment with high ceilings -Oak wooden flooring -Double glazed windows -Trendy galley kitchen with solid granite benchtops, subway tiles, brass features dishwasher and pantry -Split heating and cooling -Outdoor covered balcony with access from the bedroom and living area -Walking distance to the Kingston Foreshore, Fyshwick Markets, Kingston Markets, Lake Burley Griffin, Jerrabomberra Wetlands, Kingston Shops and public transport -Located on the Molonglo River cycling loop -Walk, ride or drive to the city -Very convenient
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