Block size: 3550 m² approx.Apartment size: 100 m² approx.
Spacious Top Floor Living
Named after the Aboriginal word which means 'permanent' or 'always there', 514 'Killara' has stood the test of time and those who buy into the complex never want to leave.
Located on the top floor of this well established building this apartment marries a large spacious living area with lots of natural light. Killara is perfectly located; close to Kingston, Lake BurleyGriffin, Manuka and local schools such as St Edmund's College and St Clare's College.Stepping inside you will be taken aback by the sheer size of this property with there being close to100m2 of internal living area.
The layout has been carefully thought-out with the bedrooms notsharing any common wall and the bathroom is two ways which allows for use from the second bedroom. The living area and the second bedroom both open out onto the outdoor balcony which would make for a great spot to entertain friends over a vino or enjoy your morning coffee beforework.The kitchen is nicely appointed and features ample storage, stainless steel appliances and stonebench tops. It is positioned next to the dining and living areas which have floating wooden floorsand are serviced by a reverse-cycle air conditioner.
Downstairs there is a single underground car space and a storage cage. There are also a number of visitor spaces that are also undercover.
Top floor and north facing
Great spacious floor plan
Walking distance to the Parliamentary Triangle, Manuka, Kingston and Lake Burley Griffin
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Block size: 3550m² (approx)
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