Located in the beautifully built 'Jamieson' building this one bedroom, one bathroom apartment enjoys third floor views over greenery and is adjacent to Lake Burley Griffin.
The master bedroom is generous and includes a built in wardrobe, along with separate access to the balcony. Throughout the main living area and bedroom there is ducted air conditioning. The modern kitchen consists of stainless steel appliances and stone bench tops.
A fantastic investment or lifestyle opportunity, this apartment is within close proximity to the CBD, Lake, Mt Ainslie, Russell Offices, Parliament House, ANU, Campbell 5, and much more.
Features: - Double glazed windows - Lockable storage area located in basement - Access controlled basement car parking with key control - Single car space in secure basement parking - Intercom handset and screen providing access control - Carpet in main living and bedroom areas - Reverse cycle heating and cooling - Ceiling fans to living area and bedroom
Rates: $1,493.10 p/a (approx.) Land tax: $1,796.86 p/a (approx.) Body Corporate/Sinking Funds: $3,363 p/a (approx.) UV: $56,330 (approx.) EER: 6 Living size: 54m2 Balcony Size: 8m2 Total Area: 62m2
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