Fantastic lifestyle in a well-known modern apartment
Located in the beautifully built 'Jamieson' building this one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment is adjacent to Lake Burley Griffin and enjoys third floor views over cityscapes and Black Mountain.
The master bedroom and its en-suite are generous in size and includes a built-in wardrobe with a full-length mirror, along with separate access to the balcony. There is reverse cycle heating and cooling. The modern kitchen consists of stainless-steel appliances and stone bench tops.
This stylish apartment is a fantastic investment or lifestyle opportunity that enjoys natural splendour and close proximity to the CBD, Lake Burley Griffin, Mt Ainslie, Russell Offices, Parliament House, ANU, Campbell 5 Precinct, and so much more!
Features: • Double glazed windows encourage natural light • Carpet through the apartment • Reverse cycle heating and cooling • Ceiling fans to living area and bedroom • Single car space in secure basement parking • Lockable storage area located in basement • Intercom handset and screen providing access control • Access controlled basement car parking with key control
EER: 6 Rates: $1,630.92 p/a (approx.) Land tax: $1,867.62 p/a (approx.) Living size: 56 sqm Balcony Size: 7 sqm Total Area: 64 sqm
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