Prestigious New Acton East: Winner of the R.A.I.A Canberra Medallion
Supremely located in the tightly held, boutique and award-winning New Acton East building, this is a beautiful apartment. Loaded with modern design features such as 2.8 metre coffered ceiling bulkheads and exposed concrete soffits, double glazing, cutting edge finishes, Miele appliances and more, this is a cut above the rest. The location with its urban village amenity offers a terrific lifestyle on the edge of the city adjacent to both the Australian National University and Lake Burley Griffin.
Features: • 91 sqm of living and 8 sqm balcony with mountain and water views • Reverse cycle ducted air conditioning • Miele appliances including gas cooking • Mixture of stone, timber and mosaic glass finishes • Spectacular entrance foyer and heritage link • Secure basement parking with separate strong room storage cage • Huge and opulent lift carriages • Secure mail room • Access to The Apartments fully equipped gym • Only 32 luxury apartments designed by Fender Katsilidis
Inspection this weekend is highly recommended as the apartment will not be available for a further viewing until March.
Call BORIS on 0402 907 182 Canberra's Luxury Apartment Specialist
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