Privately situated in one of Braddon's newest developments 'The Gallery', this designer one-bedroom apartment is front row to the best the CBD has to offer. One of just a handful of residences in this boutique building, Apartment 33 is characterised by its contemporary colour palette and superb quality of finish, creating a sumptuous retreat amidst the hustle and bustle of city life. Be immersed in the eateries, nightlife and shopping of this transformed location, your new home in the heart of the Inner North.
Features: • Fifth floor one-bedroom apartment in the recently completed 'Gallery' development. • Open-plan living area, flowing onto the private balcony. • Kitchen with Asko appliances, stone bench top and dishwasher. • European style laundry. • Bedroom with built-in robe and featuring a Japanese-style sliding door. • Spacious bathroom with walk-in shower. • Single lock-up car space with storage. • NBN Ready. • Walking distance to Lonsdale Street, Canberra Centre and CBD, as well as Elouera Street light rail station.
Details: Living Size: 53sqm Balcony Size: 8sqm EER: 6 Strata Levies: 663.30 per quarter General Rates: 425.36 per quarter Water Rates: 166.84 per quarter Land Tax (if rented): 503.45 per quarter
This unit is currently tenanted at $460.00 until March 2020.
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