Designer Apartment with high yielding tenancy options
Luxurious living in the Realm Precinct on Sydney Avenue, steps from the Capital's leading attractions and services. Quietly located in Canberra's foremost suburb Barton, the heart of Canberra's leafy Inner South, this exquisite and spacious one bedroom apartment on the fourth floor, offers a peaceful and leafy outlook, with full length windows leading to the alfresco balcony. This apartment is complimented by a spacious bedroom with ensuite, and open style living area with study nook.
The state-of-the-art design is elevated by timeless décor consisting of marble features, high ceilings and quality fittings and fixtures throughout. Previously rented at $470 per week, this apartment is ideal for those investors, professionals or first home buyers that appreciate the location and current rental yield. Canberra Parliamentary Triangle, Manuka Village, Kingston Foreshore plus Russell Business Precinct, all within a very short distance. Not to mention the benefits of living in the prestigious Realm Precinct with doorstep access to world-class dining, fitness, healthcare, beauty and professional services that include the acclaimed 5 Star Realm Hotel, award winning Lilotang restaurant, Maple & Clove cafe, Ostani Lounge & Bar, Evo Health Club, Kundalini Hair and Canberra's finest health specialists just metres away.
• Quality apartment within the “Realm” development, located on level four • Designer kitchen with Miele appliances including induction cooktop, dishwasher and oven, stone benchtops, generous pantry • Study nook • Generous bedroom with built-in robes • Balcony with glass balustrade • Reverse cycle heating and cooling • Garbage chute to each level • Voice intercom, elevator access, basement garaging with storage cage • 72sqm living, 7sqm balcony • Previously rented at $470 per week
Council rate: $1,576 per annum Land tax (if rented only): $1,799 per annum Body corporate: $3,024 per annum Water: $667 per annum
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