This elevated penthouse apartment with private lift access has a superb sense of privacy, substantial living area, and delightful views of Mt Ainslie. It offers a unique opportunity for those looking to secure a spacious property within a complex of only ten. This three bedroom ensuite apartment is perfect for those buyers looking for a lifestyle of relaxed, carefree living only two blocks from the cafes and restaurants of Lonsdale Street and just minutes walk to the city. Boasting an easy care layout and filled with natural light, the features of this property all combine to create a remarkable buying prospect. - Sunny north facing three bedroom penthouse offering exquisite living - Large 146sqm open plan design, 66sqm wrap around balcony - Superb corner position offering added privacy, complex of 10 - Chic granite kitchen, quality appliances, dishwasher - Master suite with walk in robe and ensuite with built in joinery - Reverse cycle air-conditioning (Heating and Cooling) - Secure basement accommodation with lock up storage facility - Elevator access from basement into the apartment - no stairs - Massive main bathroom, spa bath, separate laundry - Freshly painted throughout the entire apartment, new carpet - Intercom security system, storage cage within the basement - Walking distance to Lonsdale Street and Canberra's City Centre
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