A must-see by anyone wanting to live in a spacious, three-bedroom apartment opposite the New Acton Precinct, renowned for its fine dining, great coffee, international movies, music and art exhibitions. The ANU, Llewellyn Hall and the lake are within walking distance.
Positioned on the 8th level of the Metropolitan the stylish, single level, apartment has 146m2 of living space, opening to a wide balcony; all rooms have beautiful views over the lake to the Inner South, the Parliamentary Triangle or to Black Mountain. The building has controlled and lift access to all levels and an on site building manager.
Living, working and playing in the City has never been easier. The generous, versatile, floor plan provides options for formal dining, a separate study or a medial room. Living spaces have access to the wide terrace perfect for outdoor living and entertaining family and friends or relaxing with a pre dinner drink while taking in the view. A well-designed kitchen has stone bench tops, stainless steel appliances, and a pantry cupboard. The main bedroom suite features its own balcony, a walk through robe and ensuite bathroom. Ducted reverse cycle heating/cooling, parallel basement parking for two vehicles, storage, an indoor lap pool, and cardio and weights gyms are included.
Government Charges: General Rates:$2,000.47 pa Land Tax: $2.374.88 pa Water & Sewerage Supply: $677.36 pa
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