Stunning Apartment offering the best of inner Canberra Lifestyle
Set on a beautiful street in the heart of the Inner North, this modern apartment welcomes a new owner that enjoys the convenience of the City as well as time spent in a quiet location away from the hustle & bustle.
Ageless in design, the sleek and contemporary finishes stand out. Ideally positioned on the first floor, the open plan living area is light and bright and flows seamlessly to the outdoor entertainer's balcony.
This apartment boasts a generous bedroom, separate study room which could accommodate a single bed, or be used as a nursery. The floor plan is ideal for any investor, first home buyer, or someone looking to downsize. Added to this, you will have a car space in the secure underground garage, with lock-up storage.
This apartment is vacant & ready for you now.
Features Overview: - European laundry w/dryer - Separate study room or nursery - Dishwasher & Stone bench top - Built-in robes - Large Master Bedroom - Outdoor entertaining area - Air conditioning/heating - Underground car space, lock-up storage & secure entry - Walking distance to CBD, public transport and schools
Living Size 62m2 Balcony 10m2
Rental Appraisal $460 per week Rates $453 p/q (approx) Land Tax $590 p/q (approx) Body Corporate $1025
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