Space - The residence, one of the best, tightly held and well regarded developments
With views towards Black Mountain, this lovely 121m2 light-filled apartment boasts open-plan living, flowing out through sliding doors to the large balconies. The apartment has two double bedrooms, each with access to balconies, master bedroom with en-suite, a study nook, high ceilings, ducted reverse-cycle heating and cooling, and floor to ceiling double-glazed windows. The Space complex is a short walk to the O'Connor shops, bars and restaurants. Don't be fooled by the Northbourne Avenue address, this lovely apartment is whisper quiet and has a really home-like feel, with its well-proportioned spacious rooms and living space.
* Fantastic aspect looking through the tops of silver birches out to Black Mountain * Two large segregated bedrooms with ample built-in wardrobes and drawers * Light-filled living areas and a separate study area * Spacious kitchen with stone bench tops and Smeg appliances * Covered outdoor entertaining area * Intercom security system * Two underground car spaces with two storage units * Large full-length cupboards in the apartment * Large lift, beautiful gardens and well-maintained common areas * Awnings on the western windows that cut the glare without excluding any view * A new light rail stop at the front door * Close to the Australian National University * A short walk to the CBD and Lonsdale St
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