This competitively priced, 160m2 two level apartment is positioned in the highly regarded Argyle Square development. The Canberra Centre with its wide range of shopping and dining opportunities is just metres away. Take in a movie, go to the theatre or enjoy a picnic in Glebe Park; for a change of scene, try Mort and Lonsdale Streets hip cafes, bars and boutiques; walk to the CBD and ANU. The Russell Defence Precinct, Mount Ainslie, the lake and surrounding parklands are nearby.
Ideally suited to professionals and small families - the Ainslie Primary School and Campbell High are within walking distance - the light filled apartment is positioned on the end of the building and is blissfully quiet. All rooms and the balconies enjoy a leafy outlook over Argyle Square or Reid.
The size of the living/dining room is guaranteed to impress; there is ample space for formal dining on those special occasions and for relaxing with family and friends over drinks and a barbeque at weekends. Fitted with electrical appliances and good cupboard and bench space, the kitchen adjoins the family room opening to the rear balcony.
Bedrooms are positioned on the upper level; they have built in robes and storage and the main has a renovated, ensuite bathroom. There is further attic storage with access from the second bedroom. A single garage is included.
The apartment is vacant and waiting to welcome its new owner who will appreciate its privacy, light filled rooms and convenience. Alternatively, and for those with flare and imagination, its sale provides an opportunity to create a truly contemporary town residence to rival the best the City has to offer.
General Rates: $2,806.85 pa Water & Sewerage Supply: $667.36 pa Body Corporate Levies: $6,256.00 pa
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