Display now open! North facing 2 bedroom luxury townhouse!
Townhouse 9 is in the soon to be built Onyx complex, a boutique cluster of luxury townhouses on of one of Dickson's leafiest streets. With luxury, comfort and sophistication considered every step of the way, Onyx sets a new standard of modern living.
The bold brick facades are softened by timber accents and harmonise with existing Lowrie Street architecture. Onyx's enviable position gives you a balanced life, step back and enjoy the slower pace of the Inner North while still being minutes from the buzzing CBD. The focus on quality inclusions combined with the exceptional level of attention to detail, ensure the homes at Onyx will exceed all expectations.
The vibrant Dickson shops are less than a 10 minutes' walk from Onyx, filled with popular restaurants, great coffee, bars, fitness centres, and supermarkets. The nearby light rail stop and bus interchange allow you to effortlessly explore the City and Gungahlin.
High quality double glazing throughout
Beautiful custom joinery with ample storage
Externally ducted rangehood
SMEG double bowl kitchen sink
Secured underground parking
Low maintenance private yard
Zoned ducted reverse cycle heating & cooling
Short walking distance to Dickson shops and Light rail stop
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