Block size: 6750 m² approx.Apartment size: 91 m² approx.On floor: 5 of 7
Brand new & never been lived in
Located on the fifth floor of the newly completed 'Iskia' development, this spacious two-bedroom apartment will be ideal for an owner occupier looking to move into a central up & coming location or an investor looking to capitalise on the large local workforce. Iskia is located across the road from the ASIO building, within walking distance to Lake Burley Griffin so a Sunday lap of the lake is made easy, within sight of the Russell Offices and the ever evolving C5 precinct.
Stepping inside you will be impressed by the functional floor plan and the panoramic northerly views towards Mt Ainslie. Number 61 is located on level 5 and is therefore flooded in natural light throughout the mid-morning and mid-day. Both bedrooms have large windows and therefore are not like some of their Campbell counterparts which don't have any natural light.
Iskia has been built and developed by Hindmarsh who are one of the best construction companies nationwide and they teamed up with the award-winning Stewart Architecture (Hotel Realm, Dockside, Azure, Bridgepoint) to deliver this project. Quality was their top priority and this is reflected in the end result.
Fantastic location for both owner occupiers and investors
High rental returns available (circa $650 per week)
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Block size: 6750m² (approx)
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