This spacious and modern one bedroom apartment is perfectly located in Braddon, only a short stroll from the centre of the City. Situated on the quiet side of the complex, sheltered from traffic noise, this open plan apartment is very generous in size. The living area has a functional floor plan, complete with a large lounge and dining area that flows through to the covered balcony, making entertaining friends and family a breeze.
The kitchen has granite bench tops and stainless steel appliances. A generous study nook and European laundry with lots of storage complete this fabulous apartment.
You can pop out for a casual coffee in some of Canberra's trendiest cafes on Lonsdale Street and peruse the boutiques, or enjoy the proximity to the central business district with all the entertainment, shopping and hobbies that Canberra has to offer. The new rail stop is less than 100 metres away.
This is a fantastic opportunity for a first home buyer looking to break into the market or an investor seeking to add to their portfolio.
Features of this property include:
One bedroom Generous study nook Reverse cycle air conditioning and heating Open plan living Filled with natural light Dishwasher Dryer Built in robes Large balcony Ample storage in the apartment Car space with storage Gym and BBQ facilities in complex 3rd floor apartment
61m2 Internal Living (approx) 8m2 Balcony (approx) 14m2 Carpark (approx.)
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