Block size: 3024 m² approx.Apartment size: 117 m² approx.On floor: 6 of 6
CLOSE TO CBD, RUSSELL OFFICES, THE LAKE AND RESERVES
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This is an exceptional location, close to all the major employment centres while still close to the tranquil setting of the Lake and mountain reserves. The War Memorial a brief walk away and the Central Business District within easy strolling distance.
This is a top floor, corner apartment with an easterly view across the suburb of Campbell and the adjacent community parks to Mt Ainslie and through to the north for that winter sun.
The kitchen is smart and functional in design with quality inclusions. The decor is muted while ample windows draw in the sun for most of the day, a handy Canberra feature. A private spacious balcony, accessed from the living area, is orientated for use all year round.
The bedrooms and bathrooms well sized, well planned and are currently providing a comfortable life style for existing tenants. There is a secure garage under which provides a double parking space of some 33M2 with a rear wall storage unit.
The curtains are carpets are of an excellent quality and the apartment is well maintained due to caring tenants who are currently paying $670pw in rent.
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Block size: 3024m² (approx)
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