Perfectly situated in the heart of Canberra, within walking distance to CBD, Shopping Centre, nightlife, restaurant, the lush and beautiful Glebe Park this spacious two-bedroom apartment present an outstanding opportunity for the discerning first-home buyer, downsizers or investor alike.
Located on the second floor of the tightly-held Monterey Complex, the home offers relaxed, open-plan living, with spacious lounge, dining flowing effortlessly to the full-length balcony overlooks the beautiful leafy green streets.
This accommodation also includes two generous sized segregated bedrooms with built-in-robes and ensuite on the main bedroom. Large bathroom, European style laundry, separate toilet and two personal undercover car spaces. A full-sized tennis court and beautiful inground pool for you to enjoy with family and friends.
Close to all Canberra has to offer: the beautiful lush and leafy Glebe Park, Canberra shopping Centre, Casino Canberra, Canberra's CBD with its lively nightlife, culture and growing precinct. Not to be missed.
Features: • Superb location minute away from CBD, Canberra Shopping Centre, the beautiful lush and leafy Glebe Park, Casino Canberra, Mt Ainslie Nature Reserve; • Offers two segregated bedrooms with built in robe, the main bedroom with ensuite; • Spacious living, dining and kitchen area; • Full-length balcony overlooks the beautiful leafy green streets; • Reverse cycle Split System air conditioning for heating and cooling; • Separate toilet; • European style laundry; • Outdoor inground pool; • Full-sized tennis court; • Two car spaces.
EER: 6 Stars Living: 78.2m2 (approx.) Balcony: 13m2 (approx.) General Rates: $438.20 (approx.) per quarter Land Tax: $430.50 (approx.) per quarter Water & Sewerage: $162.70 (approx.) per quarter Body Corporate Levies: $1,181.25 (approx.) per quarter Potential Rental: $480 /Wk
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