Old Kingston has long been a popular spot for people to live. This is due to its proximity to the large workforce in the Parliamentary Triangle, the fabulous restaurants and bars at your doorstep, Lake Burley Griffin is only moments away and it has a fantastic mix of both older and newer apartments.
'Percival Court' is one of these typical older style Kingston properties which is typical of the early 90's era that many Kingston developments were built. They are brick, they are no frills (lifts, pools, gyms etc) which means they don't have the high body corporate fees that come with them, they are spacious and they are built well. These properties fell out of favour with buyers due to the rapid expansion of the Kingston Foreshore but in recent times their popularity has been soaring. Why? Due to their construction there is simply nothing that can really go wrong and this in the current market where we have problems with flammable cladding & concrete construction is a safe bet with buyers.
The layout of this apartment is great. It has two courtyards (23m2 and 15m2), two separate bedrooms, a separate toilet, two meals areas and windows on both sides. This property also has direct access into the garage through a door in the smaller of the two courtyards.
Solid 1992 construction
Large living area
Suitable investment property or for an owner occupier
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