Located in the heart of Canberra and situated on the fifth floor of the IQ Apartments is this gem of a property.
This apartment features two bedrooms, both with ample storage space. The large, open plan design and covered balcony receive plenty of natural light due to the great outlook.
The modern kitchen is ideal for the home chef. It is fitted with high quality features including SMEG appliances, chrome tapware, stone bench tops and abundant storage with soft closures.
This apartment is north facing and offers a fantastic Energy Efficiency Rating of 6.0. An additional feature is double glazing on all windows.
The IQ apartments get their name from the smart technologies that are incorporated in the build, including Fibre NBN connection, SMATV system, Pay/FTA TV outlets, real time energy monitoring and video intercom. The complex also comes with an internal shared garden and BBQ area as well as underground parking - this property comes with 2 car spaces and a storage cage.
The development is located directly adjacent to a light rail stop on Northbourne Avenue, a stone's throw from Lonsdale Street's cafes, bars and restaurants, a short walk to many amenities including the Canberra Centre, the Australian National University, Lake Burley Griffin and just a 15-minute drive to the Canberra airport. This property is ideal for the live-in owner or investor, it is currently rented on a month by month tenancy at $540 per week.
Features include: - 80m2 of internal living and a 7m2 balcony approx. - 2 underground car parks with a storage cage. - North facing. - Convenient inner-city location. - Double glazed windows.
Don't miss out on this superb apartment!
Outgoings: Body Corporate Levies $961 per quarter approx. Rates $447.17 per quarter approx. Land tax $518.87 per quarter approx. Water $166.84 per quarter approx.
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