This stylish ground floor apartment is located just 200m from Canberras light rail terminus and bus stops and will suit the savvy investor looking to capitalise on close proximity to the CBD and Australian National University or those seeking a spacious apartment moments to the buzzing Dickson, Braddon and City caf/restaurant precincts. Convenience is key with playing fields, nature reserves and parks easily accessible on foot, while Lake Burley Griffin is a leisurely ride. A full size kitchen overlooks the spacious living area with quality appointed interiors including stone bench tops, double glazed windows, reverse cycle air conditioning, stainless steel appliances and a spacious bedroom and generous bathroom. Setting this apartment apart from the crowd are two courtyards, front and rear, providing ample space to entertain family and friends.
- 62sqm of living plus two outdoor courtards - Single level access in a well maintained secure complex - Currently rented at $400 per week on a month to month lease - Security screens to front and rear - A short drive to the city centre or Dickson shopping precinct - Secure basement car parking with lift access and visitor spaces - Super central to shopping and local bars and restaurants - General Rates: $466.69 per quarter - Body Corporate: $637.45 per quarter - Land Tax (if rented): $583.53 per quarter
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