This massive 1-bedroom home in the heart of Braddon offers a great opportunity for any live-in owner or savvy investor looking for a property that can offer benefits to fit any need.
Location is key and being on Lonsdale Street, in the ever-growing Braddon precinct this modern apartment in the highly sought after "Ori" building takes full advantage of some of Canberra's best bars, cafes, and restaurants plus only a stone throw away from the CBD, Light Rail, ANU and much more.
What makes this unit stand out from the crowd is the size. The moment you walk in you notice how large the kitchen is that flows into the open plan dining and living areas that back onto the 25sqm balcony overlooking Mount Ainslie.
If you're looking for a great investment this unit previously achieved $500 per week in rent with the potential to earn $520 per week on a new lease.
If you are interested don't hesitate to contact Andrew or Milo today for more information and to book your inspection.
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