This stylish, low maintenance, 2-bedroom apartment is one of the best positioned in Watson’s ‘The Fair’ community. With the Mt Majura nature reserve on your doorstep, you will enjoy the tranquil bush outlook from the open plan, light filled and airy living space.
The property offers a well-appointed kitchen with stainless steel appliances, including dishwasher and gas cook top. The generous master bedroom has a mirrored built-in robe and electric heating, with the second bedroom also having the convenience of a large built-in robe. Reverse cycle air conditioning to the living area will keep you comfortable all year-round and car accommodation is provided by a single carport.
All this in an extremely convenient location: just minutes to Dickson shopping precinct plus popular restaurants and cafés, the bustling hub of Braddon, and a short drive to the City centre.
Quality features include:
Top floor 2-bedroom apartment Large, light filled, living area Well-appointed kitchen with stainless steel appliances, gas cook top & dishwasher Reverse cycle air conditioning to living area Built-in robes & nobo electric heater in master bedroom NBN Fibre to the Home Modern bathroom with large shower European style laundry with dryer Adjacent Mt Majura nature reserve with mountain views and direct access to walking and biking tracks Single carport Large linen cupboard Secure storage area Instant gas hot water Access to‘The Fair’ community centre, playground and BBQ facilities A few minutes from Dickson and less than 15 minutes to Braddon, Civic, Gungahlin or Majura shops Close to public transport, local amenities and Exhibition Park markets
General Rates: $1,565 per annum approx. Land Tax: $1,812 per annum approx. (applicable to investors) Body Corporate Levies: $2,128 per annum approx.
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