'Greenwich' at the C5 development is inspired by New York's Greenwich Village and has all the appeal of true city living. This two bedroom, two bathroom apartment is just 5 minutes from the city, Kingston foreshore, Parliament House and the Parliamentary Triangle and allows easy access to all of the city's retail, commercial and entertainment privileges.
This apartment offers two secure car spaces perfect for shared housing arrangements, visitors or car space leasing.
A furnished, apartment within close vicinity to Mount Ainslie, Anzac Parade and Lake Burley Griffin.
C5 offers shared social spaces including a private dining area available to and bookable by Greenwich residents, communal kitchen, club room with a pool table and lounge area, shared work space including a library and rooftop gardens with amazing views of Canberra city and landscape.
Features: - Two secure car spots - Balcony - Perfect Inner North location, on the fringe of Canberra City - Two bedrooms - Two bathrooms - Furnished - Currently rented out on a least until November paying $570 per week. Plus an additional $85 per week with both car spaces separately rented out.
EER: 6 Body Corporate: $614 P/Q Approx. Land Tax: $444.47 P/Q Approx. Land Rates: $1590.37 P/A Approx.
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