Crowthers of NewActon are specialists in the NewActon Precinct and pride ourselves on understanding the needs of the people in the precinct.
The NewActon Precinct is a vibrant place to live with a wealth of events and displayed art. This community has plenty to see and do with the ‘Palace Cinemas’ at your doorstep along with ‘Parlour Wine Room’, ‘Monster Kitchen and Bar’ and ‘Mocan and Green Grout' just to name a few. The Precinct unlocks a lifestyle which balances work and play to ensure that you can spend time in the highest quality venues, café’s and restaurants Canberra has to offer.
This Etro apartment is one of only five in the building that are rarely seen on the market. They are tightly held not only because of their location in the premium Nishi complex, but also because of their fully enclosed bedroom, which is unusual in the area. The stunning layout includes plenty of storage, a beautiful bathroom with modern fixtures and an open plan living area leading on to the balcony which has gorgeous views across Lake Burley Griffin. Unparalleled design and styling throughout, yet still functional with NBN, basement parking and stainless steel appliances.
A short walk to the Australian Nation University, and only a 10 minute drive to the University of Canberra.
• Luxurious Lake and Mountain views • Rented at $560 per week (5.8%) • 1 bedroom design • Plenty of storage • Spacious kitchen with Bosch appliances • Secure car space • Direct access to cinema's, cafes, restaurants and shopping • Walking distance from the Canberra CBD and the Australian National University
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