The 'Arte' Of Urban Living... This spacious apartment is a perfect example of what a Braddon lifestyle has to offer. The king-sized bedroom looks out toward Black Mountain Tower, as does the lounge and balcony. There are terrific sunsets to be enjoyed from here, and the apartment is bathed in natural light throughout the afternoon.
Walking into Braddon, the CBD, ANU and the Light Rail certainly has its benefits. As does having a secure, comfortble and stylish base in a growing and popular part of Canberra.
There is a large storage room inside the apartments itself, rather than a cage in the basement as with most developments. This means that your bulkier belongings are safe and close at hand, but it also lends itself to greater flexibility. Some residents use this space as a walk-in pantry, wardrobe or even a small study.
For the astute investor, this also presents an exceptional opportunity to purchase with a high-value tenant already in place; minimising your risk and maximising your return.
What's on offer:
- Large 1 bedroom apartment - Multi-purpose storage room - Views to Black Mountain Tower - Secure basement garaging - Tenanted at $550 per week until Feb 2020
- Braddon - CBD - ANU - Light Rail Station
20th November 2019 @ 6.00pm LJ Hooker Canberra City 1/181-200 City Walk Canberra ACT 2601
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