This modern, split-level 2 bedroom ensuite apartment is conveniently located in the heart of the city. A short walk to the Canberra Centre, ANU, bus interchange, light rail and the booming Lonsdale Street.
The apartment itself has a large main bedroom with ensuite and access to the balcony. The second bedroom is serviced by the main bathroom and has a great city view. The kitchen is light-filled and overlooks the large open plan living area The balcony faces away from the street and overlooks the sparkling pool and manicured gardens. Also features stainless steel appliances and stone benchtops. Reverse cycle heating and cooling, intercom, two car spaces and storage cage in the secure underground car park.
The Avenue has some great complex inclusions such as two pools and a large terraced barbecue area. Shielded from the traffic, it is so quiet, you will be surprised you're in the middle of the city centre.
With a potential rental income of $650 per week, this is a great addition to your investment portfolio. Or you can choose to move in, and have the Christmas party by the pool.
Feel free to give Shan Gao a call on 0457 038 888 to book a private inspection. Two-bedroom ensuite apartment Open plan living / kitchen area Stainless steel appliances Reverse cycle heating & cooling Rental estimate at $650 per week Two large balconies Secure double basement car spaces Complex pool and barbecue area Security cameras located within the complex
So, don't drive past - come in, say hello and see your new home
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