This stylish one bedroom apartment is positioned on the 13th floor with breathtaking 180 degree views across Lake Burley Griffin as far as the eye can see.
Located in the Nishi Building, highly sought after for its eccentric features and solar passive design. Throughout the complex you can indulge in the finest luxuries having access to casual and fine dining, the Palace Electric Theatre, hairdressers and library, all located in the complex. This is apartment living at its best, providing the perfect lifestyle in the Inner City.
The complex is also connected to Ovolo Hotels, which provides the flexibility to rent back to the hotel with guaranteed rent at $553/week with a 0% vacancy rate. This is an opportunity rarely available in Canberra!
Features: -Central Inner City location -Picture perfect views of Lake Burley Griffin -Award winning architecturally designed building -Solar powered complex -Double glazed windows and doors -Hydronic heating -Solar thermal hot water system -Stylish one bedroom apartment -Separate bathroom -Study nook -13th floor -Hotel style living with luxury complex amenities -Located in the New Acton Precinct where you can enjoy additional bars, restaurants and cafes -A short stroll to the lake, Civic, ANU and so much more -Secure basement parking -Guaranteed rent at $553/week when rented back to the hotel -NBN
For a stylish one bedroom apartment that has all the luxuries call 6231 3100 to arrange an inspection that suits you.
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