The Forum is the only residential apartment building that is located within the Parliamentary Triangle. As such it offers the convenience of being both on the door step of the city on one side and Lake Burley Griffin on the other. This central Canberra location has made the development popular with both owner occupiers and investors alike. So whether you are heading out for dinner and a show or for a picnic in Commonwealth Park you can leave the car at home and stroll to your destination.
The spacious two bedroom ensuite design provides for good separation in the bedrooms and spacious open living areas flowing out onto a covered balcony. The kitchen is in great condition and features good quality electric appliances and stone bench tops. There are plenty of cupboards throughout the apartment including a linen cupboard. This apartment is much more generously proportioned than many of the new developments being built in Canberra. It has a great feeling of space.
The common areas at "the Forum" are stunning with; a landscaped central atrium brimming with vibrant plantings, a well-equipped gym and a roof top terrace ready for a BBQ with friends. The apartment also comes with security parking, reverse cycle air-conditioning and storage cage.
This central location and spacious two bedroom apartment is ideal for a student going to ANU to share or owner occupiers who appreciate the size, space and location on offer.
Features include: - Reverse cycle air conditioning - Large covered balcony - Security car parking - Modern kitchen with stone benchtops - Dishwasher - Roof top terrace and BBQ's - Well-equipped gym - Stroll to Lake or city centre - Lift access - Currently rented on month to month lease at $520pw
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