Spacious Apartment with Views and Quality Inclusions
Walk in and it feels like home.
Located on level 5 of 'Axiom', providing a beautiful outlook amongst the treetops over to Red Hill Lookout and surrounding mountain ranges.
Superbly located within Canberra's Inner South with close proximity to Fyshwick Markets, Kingston Foreshore, Lake Burley Griffin, Manuka, Kingston and Griffith Shops. St Clare's and St Edmunds Colleges conveniently located directly opposite and the Parliamentary Triangle only a short drive away.
The spacious open plan living room completed with a timber feature wall and timber flooring opens onto the large covered balcony complete with its own 'planted' feature wall.
Complete with three great sized bedrooms all with built in robes and direct balcony access, ensuite and main bathroom with European laundry.
An opportunity presents to purchase a beautiful apartment that is ready to move into.
Features: Located on Level 5 - views and above street noise Spacious living room with engineered timber floors and timber feature wall Kitchen with Caesarstone benchtop and AEG appliances Large covered balcony with feature wall and hidden clothes line and lifted tiles for drainage Main bedroom with balcony access and double robes Ensuite with floor to ceiling tiles and double shower Bedroom two with built-in-robe and balcony access Bedroom three with built-in-robe, study nook and balcony access Main bathroom with floor to ceiling tiles and European laundry Secure basement parking with a car space with storage cage Walk to Fyshwick Markets, Manuka, Griffith and Kingston shops St Edmunds and St Clare's Colleges across the road Short drive to Parliamentary Triangle Complex has a communal courtyard with BBQ facilities
EER: 6 Land Rates: $1,652 approx P/A Body Corporate: $5,084 approx P/A
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