Perfectly located on one of Canberra's prettiest streets, this spacious two bedroom apartment will suit an investor looking to capitalise on the booming local rental market or an owner occupier who wants to live the Kingston lifestyle. It's one that's a walk to work in the Parliamentary Triangle, a Sunday morning spent at a local coffee shop such as Penny University or Local Press, followed by a walk around Lake Burley Griffin.
Upon entry you are greeted by a large living area, windows on three sides, two generous courtyards and a floor plan that makes the most out of the 84m2 it has to work with. The bedrooms are completely separate for privacy and the bathroom has a separate toilet to also make sharing easy.
This development is also one of only four in Kingston to have individual lockup garages making it an extremely rare yet sought after feature. This along with its ground floor locale gives it more of a townhouse feeling than apartment.
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