This stylish 1 bedroom apartment is located in the boutique 'Lumiere' complex within a quiet and private position in Turner.
Perfectly located two minutes from the light rail and short distance to the City, Braddon and Dickson. This apartment is in the heart of the Inner North and just moments from all that a city lifestyle has to offer.
The property offers an open plan living/dining area, modern kitchen with quality appliances and ample storage, you also have your own private balcony flowing from the living area through the full ceiling height sliding doors creating an abundance of natural light and space. It also overlooks the well-maintained gardens to the rear of the complex with distant, uninterrupted views to Black Mountain.
Located only minutes from the Canberra Centre, schools, restaurants, public transport and the Australian National University, Choose to walk, bus or bike your way around town!
Quality features of the property include:
One bedroom apartment Private and quiet location at the rear of the complex Reverse cycle air conditioning Large bedroom with built-in robe Modern kitchen with stone benchtops, dishwasher & stainless steel appliances Instant electric hot water Large balcony with views to Black Mountain Car space Storage
General Rates: $1,975 per annum approx. Land Tax: $2,572 per annum approx. Body Corporate Levies: $4,267 per annum approx.
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