37-39 Forbes Street - 2 Bedroom Apartment,TurnerACT2612
The Ultimate Head Turner - 2 Bedroom Apartment
This three-storey development is, simply, the best of boutique apartment-style living, ready and waiting for you to step into nestled in the canopy of Black Mountain, the Australian National University and the city lights of Civic.
Each apartment is deliberately over-sized and has its very own sense of style and purpose - a raked ceiling here, a sneaky study there - not to mention how each balcony just makes the most of its natural surrounds.
You can be guaranteed to find that unique touch that sets this complex well apart from the complexities of others. It's time to create your very own piece of history in Turner with the 'wow' moment you have been looking for.
Please call Bryan Gamarra to arrange a meeting to discuss your interest on 0405 660 842
KEY FEATURES & INCLUSIONS: - Only 2 Premium sized 2 bedroom Units available - Ranging from 84sqm through to 111sqm of Living - Stone bench tops with under mount sink - European kitchen appliances - Integrated dishwashers - Built-in microwaves - Soft close kitchen cabinetry - Designer tapware - Full-height wall tiling to bathrooms & ensuites - Wall hung vanities for bathrooms & ensuites - Reverse-cycle heating & cooling - Provision for Pay TV - Voice & video intercom access - Landscaped courtyards and surroundings - Secure basement parking - Provision to access the NBN (National Broadband Network)
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