If a large, bright 2-bedroom ensuite apartment located on the top floor of a 6 storey modern development is what you are looking for then 73/109 Canberra Avenue is for you.
Walk in the door to this lovely top floor apartment and feel right at home. High ceilings and views from every window, this apartment has a private balcony that comes off both the living and master bedrooms offering a nice space to read a book, have a coffee and enjoy the views.
Situated in Griffith you are conveniently located near local schools and ovals, the Griffith shops, not far from the Kingston shops and the Foreshore, Manuka, the Parliamentary Triangle and a short drive to the City Centre and the Canberra airport. Fantastic dining opportunities are only moments away with a plethora of local cafes and restaurants.
The building entices a spirit of community, with a common lounge room with TV and kitchenette, a gymnasium with TV and 7 different workout stations, an outdoor courtyard with BBQ, an internal atrium, glass backed lifts to enjoy the atrium view as you travel up and down floors. Access from both Leichhardt Street or Canberra Avenue, with the security afforded of colour video and voice intercom.
Some features of the apartment: - 89m2 of internal living and a 12.8m2 balcony approx. - Reverse cycle heating and cooling - AEG German made appliances - Grohe German made tapware - Easy to clean full height bathroom tiles - Mirrored robes in bedrooms - Full laundry with storage - Additional storage - Underground car spaces with enclosed storage cage.
This property is currently tenanted at $600 per week in a fixed term tenancy until the 12th of January 2020.
Outgoings as follows: General rates $435.54 per quarter approx. Land tax $515.06 per quarter approx. Body corporate levies $939.63 per quarter approx. Water and sewerage $166.84 per quarter approx.
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