Perfectly positioned in Mayfair, one of the newer city developments is this gorgeous and impeccably finished two-bedroom apartment. A short walk to many of Canberra’s best restaurants, bars and main shopping district, the convenience and lifestyle is extremely good!
This two-bedroom apartment has generous living space and a large balcony with stunning 10th floor views. The main bedroom offers balcony access, an en-suite and plenty of storage. The second bedroom offers versatility to be a large study or bedroom and again has excellent storage. There is a full bathroom for guests adjacent to the second bedroom and is superbly appointed throughout.
The kitchen is well proportioned offering integrated dishwasher, ILVE appliances, double sink in the huge island bench and a European laundry with washer/dryer. Storage is again the standout feature in this space. The apartment is Foxtel ready, offers ducted RCAC, an underground car park with storage cage and there is a gym and BBQ area within the apartment block.
On the ground floor of Mayfair, you’ll find No Name lane precinct, comprising of a diverse range of cafes, restaurants and boutique shops to choose from. Furthermore, within walking distance you’ll have an abundance of amenities with Canberra Centre, Braddon and New Acton. Whichever way you look, convenience comes standard when you live at Mayfair.
Features include: - Easterly facing - Balcony area with fantastic views over the City - Stone kitchen bench tops - Stylish timber kitchen cabinetry with soft close drawers - ILVE stainless steel appliances - PARISI tapware & full height bathroom wall tiling - Ducted reverse-cycle air conditioning - Gymnasium & BBQ area for residents’ use - Underground car park with storage cage
On the corner of West Row and Alinga Street, few residential addresses can lay claim to being as perfectly placed as Mayfair.
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