AUCTION 20th November 6:00pm LJ Hooker Canberra City
The stylish single level, ground floor apartment has simply so much to offer! With large windows flanking the entire length of the apartment the natural light floods in, while the high ceilings create a feeling of space throughout, making this a tasteful and comfortable apartment to call home.
The master bedroom has a generous walk in robe while the study is large enough to fit a queen bed, making it a perfect 2nd bedroom or guest room with double opening doors. The rest of the apartment is stylish and open plan, and at only 4 years young has been the perfect first home for my owners.
The full length balcony and courtyard provide a perfect spill out space and with the open reserve across the road, you can sit on watch the sun set over the reserve while you enjoy an afternoon wine or summer BBQ. The complex is well maintained and the neighbours are lovely.
Convenience is also a major factor here with the light rail stop just across the road and you are only 3.4km from the booming Gungahlin town centre and all it has to offer. You can leave your car in the single lock up garage and simply enjoy the 'City Life', without the price tag.
Inspection is a must, call me today, you will not be disappointed!
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