Modern interiors, quality finishes and a location loaded with lifestyle advantages add instant appeal to this stylishly presented executive residence. This superb investment opportunity features all the highlights of apartment living with excellent space, security and a sought-after position that’s walking distance to the Parliamentary Triangle and the heart of the CBD. Set in one of Canberra's most prized locations boasting loads of natural light, this premium fifth floor apartment has been finished to a luxuriously high standard with quality features throughout. 'Governor Place' is superbly positioned amongst cafes, restaurants and Government offices in Barton's executive lifestyle precinct.
* Spacious two-bedroom ensuite apartment located on fifth floor * Double glazed floor to ceiling windows, ducted heating/cooling * Luxury style kitchen boasts stone benchtops and AEG appliances * Soft-close cabinetry, ample cupboard space, European laundry * Two generous bedrooms have built-in robes, master has walk-in * Stylish ensuite and bathroom both featuring floor to ceiling tiles * Secure side-by-side parking for two cars with full-width storage * Intercom access, NBN connected, security cameras throughout * Pet-friendly complex, has fully equipped gym, central BBQ area * Stroll to cafes, public service buildings and Kingston Foreshore
Currently rented to November 2019 at $600pw Body corporate $893pq Water $ 169pq Rates $1,955pa Land tax if rented $584pq
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