The incredible High Society development is set to be Canberra's tallest residential building. Towering above the Republic precinct, in addition to looking out over Lake Ginninderra and Black Mountain, this development will define the peak of luxury living. From the central balcony back to the open plan kitchen, this two-bedroom apartment is made to entertain guests and flex your culinary skills.
The panoramic floor to ceiling windows will flood both bedrooms with sunlight and provide amazing lake views. The large master bedroom includes generous wardrobes and a beautiful ensuite. Wherever you are in this apartment you'll be surrounded by premium fittings and materials. Perhaps the greatest luxury is being part of the design of your apartment, you'll have your choice of three colour palettes, creating the mood and personality that suits your taste. Smeg appliances grace the open plan kitchen, while you'll have the choice of only the most premium tap-wear for both the ensuite and second bathroom.
- North facing panoramic views of the Lake Ginninderra, Black Mountain and the Canberra region - Striking floor-to-ceiling double glazed windows - Choice of three interior design schemes, each including SMEG appliances - Lockable metal storage enclosure - Lockable letter box
- Sky Park - Pool - Sauna - Yoga Space - Bicycle workshop - Gym and cardio room - Private resident concierge - Exclusive resident car wash - Climate-controlled wine cellar - Observation Deck - Work-space - Cinema - Dining & Kitchen - Kids Space
- 1 minute to Lake Ginninderra - 2 minutes to Belconnen Bus Interchange - 5 minutes to Belconnen Westfield - 8 minutes to University of Canberra Bruce Campus - 5 minutes to Calvary Private and Public Hospital - 6 minutes to the Australian Institute of Sport - 15 minutes to Canberra City - 20 minutes to Canberra Domestic and International Airport
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