Apartment size: 80 m² approx.UV: $4,996,950 (2019)
One Bedroom Apartment in Bruce
This modern spacious 1 bedroom apartment is situated in the sought-after Proximity complex, in the heart of Bruce. Great location facing the GIO Stadium, close to Uni of Canberra, Belconnen Mall & Calvary Hospital, boutique shops & a pub in the complex, this apartment has it all!!
Featuring a bright, open plan living area, a functional kitchen with ample cupboard and bench space. The open plan living and family area has sliding doors opening out onto the balcony. The sunny balcony extends your living space, and is perfect for an outdoor setting and entertaining.
This 1-bedroom apartment features a generous sized bedroom and bathroom, and is an outstanding entry into the Canberra residential market. Currently tenanted until February 2019 with rental returns of $400pw (fully furnished.)
A short walk to City buses, handy to the CIT Campus, Fern Hill Park and Bruce Stadium and the Belconnen and Macquarie shopping precincts are a short drive away.
There is secure underground carpark with storage space. This apartment is an excellent opportunity for astute investor or first home buyer!
Features of this property include:
- 1 bedroom apartment - Built-in robe to bedroom - Large sunny balcony - Reverse cycle unit - Blinds & carpets - Electric cooktop, oven and dishwasher - Laundry with floor to ceiling tiles and tumble dryer - 1 Basement car space - Storage cage - Good sized courtyard - Approx Body corporate of $2,500 per annum
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