Convenience is the highlight of every feature in this property. From the short stroll to the heart of the Gungahlin Marketplace, to the quick trip to the city centre on the light rail, you will never go wanting again.
A fantastically flowing apartment set over 81m2 of living continues to exude convenience. The open plan living, and dining area is as expansive as it is spacious, making life a dream for the entertainer. For the first time home owner or the investor the presence of an ensuite off the large main bedroom and a full sized second bathroom presents an array of opportunities to capitalise.
This apartment is located in the smaller tower of the Mezzo building and just steps away from the gorgeous outdoor entertaining area and picturesque outdoor shared library. An abundance of communal entertainment facilities such as Barbeques and pizza ovens are available, providing the homeowner with convenient and lively entertainment.
Keeping fit is also made convenient with a heated 25m lap pool set atop the tallest tower in the building. Perfect for fitness and sensational photos.
Never go wanting again and secure yourself a convenient rental return or home today.
At a Glance: - 2 large bedrooms - Ensuite off main - Full size second bathroom - Open plan living and dining - Built in wardrobes in both rooms - 81m2 of living - Fantastic views - Short walk to Gungahlin Marketplace - Short walk to Light Rail
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