Please contact Nick on 0401 043 142 to arrange an inspection of the property as it is shown via appointment only.
Set over two levels at the top of the prestigious 'Azure' complex, this spacious three-bedroom penthouse home is flooded with natural light and is a class above any other apartment currently listed in the ACT. Designed by Stewart Architecture who's work includes some of Canberra's best buildings such as the 'Realm Precinct', the 'Burbury Hotel' and the 'Bridgepoint Apartments' and built by the highly regarded Construction Control, it is fair to say that the quality produced here is a testament to the fact that the project team was second to none.
The Kingston Foreshore is arguably Canberra's premier residential precinct as it is home to some of the best restaurants and bars such as Morks, Molto, Local Press and The Dock, it's the only district currently located on the shores of Lake Burley Griffin and its walking distance to the large workforce within the Parliamentary Triangle and Russell Offices.
Stepping inside you are immediately drawn to the stunning Oak herringbone parquetry flooring, the juxtaposition between the exposed concrete ceilings and the moulded skirtings and walls, the natural light which streams through the floor to ceiling windows which flank the northern orientation and the sky lights which fill the centre of the home with warmth.
The finishes throughout are unique to this home as it was originally built by the developer for himself. The kitchen features Caesarstone bench tops, quality Miele and Fisher & Paykel appliances, including an integrated double fridge and freezer and sparkling & boiling water Bili Zip tap. The bathrooms feature Methven tapware, floor to ceiling tiles, LED strip lighting and an amazing amount of storage.
With the northerly balcony providing a stunning outdoor area to bath in the winter sun, the rear upstairs courtyard can be a quiet private spot to enjoy a summer vino on a hot or wet day as the motorised Vergola will provide protection from the elements, whilst also allowing natural light into the two rear bedrooms. The front balcony flows perfectly off the large living area and the large double-glazed doors can slide back to ensure that the balcony is an extension of the living room.
All three bedrooms are generously sized, have built-in wardrobes and the master is fully segregated, sharing no common walls with the other two bedrooms.
In a word, 'opulence' is the best description of this unique offering.
Northerly aspect with lake views
2.8m high ceilings in living and dining
156m2 of living + 38m2 of balcony space
Oak herringbone parquetry floor
Moulded skirtings and walls
Floor to ceiling doubled glazed glass throughout
One of only 4 penthouse apartments
Miele and Fisher & Paykel appliances including 2 integrated fridge/freezers with Bili zip tap with sparkling
Guest powder room on main living floor
Private courtyards off 2nd and 3rd bedrooms with rain sensor awning
Ducted R/C heating/cooling
Rooftop common BBQ area
Two side by side car parks
Storage cage plus additional storage room on separate level
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