Presented and being offered fully furnished this exceptional apartment in the NewActon East building has been successfully run through Accommodate Canberra for short stay executive accommodation. Ideally suited for those looking for a unique opportunity to invest or owner occupy, where there is nothing to do but move in.
With a single level, one bedroom with full study layout, the floorplan works seamlessly with commanding kitchen and all the living space you could need. Whether you are living, entertaining, or enjoying the NewActon life, this is a beautiful inner-city pad. This is an exceptionally well built and maintained building and the apartment has top class fixtures and fittings throughout.
With such an unique opportunity to purchase in this tightly held boutique development, viewing is a must.
- Double glazed, full length windows - Open plan living with quality, comfortable furnishings - Bedroom has a queen bed and fabulous storage - Indulgent ensuite with bathtub - Kitchen with Miele appliances including 4-burner gas cooktop - Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning - Generous balcony with an outdoor setting - Mountain and city views from your balcony - Easily accessed, secure, allocated parking - Investment income statement available on request - Restaurants, cafes, bars and movie theatre only moments away - Walk to Lake Burley Griffin
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