Another fantastic example of innovative architecture, this 1 bedroom apartment in the award winning Nishi building offers a fantastic location with pristine views from the 7th floor over Lake Burley Griffin.
Watch the fireworks from the comfort of your own balcony and enjoy the city lifestyle from the comfort of your new home. Direct access to the Palace Cinemas, Monster Kitchen and Bar, and Makeshift Cafe. Only a short walk to the main shopping precinct the Canberra Centre. Perfect for investment with low body corporate rates and an abundance of tenants to choose from with the Australian National University over the road.
Modern styling and a phenomenal use of space, this apartment presents perfectly!
$420 per week (5.2% rental return) Tenanted till May 2020
Body Corporate: $2237.80 per annum Rates: $1490.74 per annum Land Tax: $1625.23 per annum Water: Approximately $600 per annum EER 6.0
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