Block size: 4030 m² approx.Apartment size: 203 m² approx.On floor: 1 of 4
welcome to the first inspection.
From the front.
Perfectly positioned just moments away from the Kingston Shops, within walking distance to the Kingston Foreshore, Manuka and the Parliamentary Triangle, a Canberra location simply does not get better than this. You will be at the doorstep of some Canberra's best restaurants, bars and also within reach of Lake Burley Griffin, fantastic local schools and the city.
Developed by the highly regarded Morris Property Group, the property was architecturally designed with inspiration drawn from the surrounding heritage listed houses. This has enabled the building to blend into its surrounds and the original street trees which were here before construction were all left to ensure the a leafy outlook.
From the moment you walk inside you are immediately impressed with the generous size that is on offer. The property boasts 135m2 of internal living and features a media room, separate laundry, a plentiful amount of storage and a large master wing which is separate from the other two bedrooms. This makes it the largest configuration in the development.
The finishes in the property are equally as impressive with stone benchtops, Miele stainless steel appliances, soft close drawers, in-built microwave and a Vintec wine fridge all included.
All bedrooms are flooded with natural light as they have floor to ceiling windows. The master has a large walk in wardrobe and ensuite with bathtub, whilst the other two have built-in robes. All three bedrooms are larger than 3.0m x 4.0m making them very spacious.
Out the back.
The courtyard provides the real 'wow factor' here however with close to 70m2 of outdoor entertaining space. This area is truly unique and would be great for a small dog, place for children to play or an afternoon vino. The courtyard has direct street access which would be a great access point to the oval across the road.
Fantastic location - walking distance to Kingston, Kingston Foreshore, Manuka, Parliament House and Lake Burley Griffin
203m2 of overall space (135m2 internal + 68m2 external)
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