Aberconway Rise - The Denman Village Townhouses,Denman ProspectACT2611
Construction commenced. Live here in July 2020
Peacefully perched in a remarkably natural locale characterised by mountainous fresh energy - Aberconway Rise is a thoughtfully curated collection of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom townhouses.
Uniquely central to all major town centres, Aberconway Rise rests between the natural beauty of the Molonglo Valley and the urban amenity that feeds our life's buzz, among Canberra's newest suburban environ - Denman Prospect.
Featuring thoughtful design, enviable inclusions and sustainable building practices Nikias Diamond have collaborated with the architectural genius of COX to present fresh, modern, convenient and ambient living in central Canberra.
• 2 and 3 bedroom glass houses available
• Curated interiors inviting purchaser's choice
• Two spacious living areas, powder room
• Modern kitchen with island bench top and ample storage
• Uniquely positioned 1 minutes' walk to the new Denman Shopping Village
• Every townhouse boasts Northerly Mountain vistas
• Quality fittings and fixtures throughout
• Energy efficient, double glazed and solar passive, fresh design
• Seamless indoor and outdoor living with private entertaining areas
• 126sqm internal living, 33sqm outdoor living, 20 - 35sqm 1 - 2 car garage + 1 space
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