Ideally situated in the heart of Kingston, this beautiful 2-bedroom apartment delivers functional living spaces and a sensational position close to bars and restaurants of the highly desirable Kingston, all within a short stroll from your doorstep.
Boasting a bright living and dining area that extends onto the sunlit balcony, a comfortable area with quality appointments throughout that allow you to enjoy contemporary and stylish living. Stay in touch with family and friends from the open modern kitchen that comes complete with stone bench tops, dishwasher, ample storage and quality appliances.
With both bedrooms including built-in wardrobes, the main enjoys access to the balcony and fully tiled ensuite with double basin. There is also a full bathroom, European laundry and two basement car spots, and a lock-up storage shed.
This is the perfect pad for inner-city professionals, downsizers or investors as it offers easy access to the CBD and has Kingston shopping precinct just across the road, as well as the foreshore walks around Lake Burley Griffin.
To secure your own piece of Kingston, contact our agency today.
Features Include: - Single level living with secure elevator access - Ducted R/C heating and cooling - Two bedrooms include a main with ensuite - Covered entertainment balcony with leafy outlooks - Modern kitchen and bathrooms - Two undercover car spacse and lock-up storage shed - Walking distance to cafes, shopping and lakeside parks - Currently tenanted in a fixed term lease
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