Walk to the Buzz of Braddon or the City whilst enjoying the peace and quiet of the Watson Street location. Make the most of our new Light Rail, just 2 blocks away. Access to ANU or Uni of Canberra is as easy as a bike ride, and bike paths are very close by. This top floor One bedroom + generous study is light and fresh, well appointed and looks out to a beautifully treed street and parkland directly across the road. The floor plan is generous with the galley kitchen seperating the living and dining spaces. You will enjoy time on the balcony looking out to the trees and enjoying the peace and quiet. This property would make the ideal first home or add beautifully to your investment portfolio, please pop into an open home or call me to discuss this inner North opportunity.
Property Features; - Generous 67sqm of living + balcony - 2 separate living spaces flow well to sunny balcony - Galley kitchen features stone work tops, electric cooking, dishwasher & great storage - Generous study with custom built storage & shelving - Light fresh bathroom with integrated European laundry; dryer included - Reverse cycle air conditioning - Secure Intercom access - Secure basement parking plus storage shed - Easy flat walk to Light Rail, Braddon & the City Centre - Rates; $484.00 per quarter - Land Tax; $306.00 per quarter IF RENTED - Body Corp; $823.95 per quarter
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