“Reminiscent of contemporary warehouse conversions, this three-bedroom apartment promotes individuality. The unique living space offers generous proportions and feature stylish detailed joinery throughout. Dockside's design philosophy is clean and contemporary. Expansive areas of glass tie apartments to lakeside views and the ever-changing Kingston foreshore. The Doma Group’s Dockside residential development is located on the Kingston foreshore and features 120 beautifully appointed water-front apartments across three adjacent buildings.”
Commanding water views over the Harbour yet perfect for those whom enjoy a private and sophisticated life, this three-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment ensures a smooth and seamless feel from the moment you walk in. This 2nd level property shines with its new finishes and provides easy indoor/outdoor transitions. Wake up to sip coffee on your terrace balcony overlooking the peaceful waterfront of Kingston Foreshore Harbour or head downstairs for a yummy bite to eat. Exceptional amenities and picturesque lakeside walking and cycling paths are right on your doorstep with a short and easy commute or easy access to public transport within the Inner South and Inner North of Canberra.
* Open plan, three bedroom apartment in Dockside * Modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances, pantry, gas cooktop and stone benches * Master suite with walk in robe and ensuite, two remaining bedrooms with built-ins * Designer bathrooms with floor to ceiling tiles and quality inclusions * Covered terrace off bedroom three * Enclosed laundry with storage and dryer * Generous entertainer’s terrace overlooking the Kingston foreshore * Secure parking for two cars, storage cage, secure lift access * Ideally positioned close to shops, restaurants, Parliamentary triangle and public transport * Great investment opportunity, lifestyle change or downsizing option
Body Corporate: $6,982pa (approx.) Rates: $1968.28 per annum Living Size: 120m + 11.6m balcony Rental Appraisal: $900-$950 per annum Land Tax: $2360,18 per annum (if rented)
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