With almost 150m2 of combined living and great lake views, this high end apartment is one of only 15 in the building making it a very rare find for down-sizers or professional couples looking for a private secure residence in a most convenient location. Set amidst superbly landscaped mature gardens in what could only be described as a park like setting, it's part of the 'Landmark' development but is situated in one of the lakeside blocks, highly favoured by live in owners. The spacious open plan living areas allow for the largest of lounge suites in addition to a dining table for at least 8 people, whilst the modern kitchen features 40mm granite benchtops, Smeg appliances and a breakfast bar. Enjoy summer BBQ's or just relax and enjoy the wonderful outlook onto lake Burley Griffin and Mt. Ainslie, from the fully covererd 40m2 balcony which is accessible via siding doors from both the indoor living area and the bedrooms. The spacious bedrooms offer excellent built in robes and the main also has a spacious ensuite bathroom. There's a big study nook adjacent to the kitchen and also a separate laundry, ducted reverse cycle air conditioning, high ceilings and double glazing throughout.
The development is surrounded by some of Canberra's finest culinary institutions like Chatham House, Otttoman, Vincent and it's just a short walk to the Kingston Foreshore and Telopea Park.
Other features include: Video security intercom Views to Lake Burley Griffin Bedrooms with access to balcony 108m2 of living area Large 40m2 balcony Double glazed windows and sliding doors SMEG appliances Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning Two secure car spaces with oversized storage cage Internal laundry with large hot water system Access to a well maintained and equipped gym in complex Park like gardens and BBQ facilities in the complex Close to the cultural and parliamentary precinct Strata Managers: Raine & Horne Strata
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