In an age where lifestyle efficiency is key, inner-city living is all about smart choices.
intelligent design - known for their quality, energy efficiency and style, The IQ Apartments offer aesthetics of light-filled living space, high ceilings and high-end finishes, complemented practicalities of double glazing, abundant storage, clever layout and an award-winning energy management system to control and optimise the performance of your energy consumption.
intelligent lifestyle - with the best entertainment and lifestyle our city has to offer, enjoy Braddon at your doorstep; beers at Bentspoke, coffee at Lonsdale Street Roasters, pastries from Sonoma. Positioned right on the light rail corridor and bus route, sell your car.
intelligent economics - invest in the Canberra market, currently rented $580 per week, potential to rent car space $250 per month.
The design principles behind IQ Smart Apartments are a reflection of both the current and the future living requirements of the urban professional. IQ is a 230 apartment development in the popular suburb of Braddon. The development comprises two seven-storey buildings, with retail and commercial units. With four distinct street addresses leading to light-filled lobbies, each entrance is portal for up to 63 apartments providing the cost efficiency advantage of a large complex whilst providing the intimacy and quiet of a boutique development.
features. .currently rented at $580 per week on a month to month agreement .central Braddon location within walking distance to cafes, restaurants and bars, city and ANU .sixth floor with internal courtyard balcony, protected from street noise .spacious master bedroom with built-in robe .second bedroom/ study with built-in robe .light filled open plan kitchen and living area .stylish, functional kitchen with stone benchtops and smeg appliances, including dishwasher and built-in microwave .high ceilings, floor to ceiling windows & double glazing throughout .built in robes and additional storage .separate laundry with built-in storage .smart energy management home system .video intercom .large, covered balcony overlooking courtyard .quality shutters and curtains .ducted reverse cycle air conditioning .bbq facilities and communal herb garden .pet-friendly building .fibre NBN connection, SMATV system and Pay/FTA TV outlets .high security with swipe card entry to the building, floor and unit .secure underground carpark (close to lift) with storage cage .secure underground visitors parking .walk to Braddon, City, ANU, Canberra Centre, Light Rail, bus stop .75m of living .EER 6.0 .body corp $864 per quarter (approx) .land rates $388.91 per quarter (approx) .land tax $486.27 per quarter (only if rented) .rental $580 per week .completed late 2015
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