Located in the tightly held ‘Realm Park', in the heart of vibrant Barton, a short stroll to many landmark government buildings and just minutes to award-winning restaurants, cafes, Manuka, Kingston and the Foreshore. This exquisite and spacious one bedroom and study apartment is located on level five with truly spectacular views. The scenic outlook stretches from beyond Telopea Park out past the airport, Mt Ainslie, Jerrabomberra and over Manuka to Red Hill. The kitchen boasts a stone bench top, clean white joinery, Carrara marble features and Miele appliances. The bedroom is spacious with large mirrored wardrobes and sliding door access to the balcony. The bathroom offers full height tiling and marble vanity with mirrored cupboards with loads of storage. The balcony is private, fully covered and perfect for entertaining or relaxing, taking the breathtaking vista on offer. Currently tenanted to April 2020 @ $500 per week.
* Generously sized one bedroom with mirrored built-in robes * Generous study * Marble and timber features throughout * Miele cooking appliances, Fisher and Paykel dish drawer dishwasher * Separate laundry with dryer * Ceramic tiled balcony that is fully covered * Ducted Daikin reverse cycle air conditioning * Data points, FTA TV and Pay TV points * 2.7m ceilings with square set cornices * Secure car space * Secure access building and basement with storage
Body Corp $761pq Rates $430pq Water $166pq Land tax (if Rented) $496pq
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