Choosing the right location, whether to live in or invest, is one of the most crucial aspects in choosing a new home. Abrazo is perfectly situated on the border of Griffith and Kingston and benefits from being close to all the best amenities of the coveted Inner South whilst still enjoying a leafy serene environment. Residents will enjoy living within walking distance to Kingston Shops and the Foreshore with all the cultural and leisure activities that abound within the surrounding neighbourhood. There is also a number of highly sought after schools that Abrazo falls within the catchment zones for.
You can buy at Abrazo with confidence that no expense has been spared from its inception all the way through to its intended aim of a higher standard of living for all of its residents. From the striking design that is both refined and prestigious and conceived by the highly acclaimed Guida Mosely Brown Architects, creating luxury feel combined with functional simplicity.
The developer, Consolidated Building, has a history of building in Canberra dating back to 1989 and has built a reputation on finishing buildings that demonstrate the highest levels of craftsmanship, "Pearl" located in Kingston is a perfect example of such expertise.
For those that love to unwind on the weekends there is a highly regarded cafe across the road which makes it easy to duck out for a quick coffee or a bite to eat and then slip back home to the privacy and comfort of your luxury apartment. The prominent facade of Abrazo with its clean concave lines give the building an element of grandeur and a hint to the thoughtful planning that has gone into capitalising on its northerly orientation. Consisting of 81 residences this boutique sized development offers owners generous living spaces with wide frontages capturing maximum daylight.
Thoughtful attention to detail is recognizable in the kitchens, bathrooms, and living spaces, with Italian tapware, appliances and quality materials throughout. The Abrazo apartments will have ducted heating and cooling, double glazed windows and the structure of precast concrete with solid aluminium highlights, makes the building quiet, highly energy efficient and inexpensive to maintain.
If you're looking for a quality home to live in early next year then you should consider Abrazo. With a variety of floor plans and price points to choose from there are a number of options for discerning buyers. Construction has commenced and completion is anticipated early 2020.
Apartment features: - Brand new - Variety of layouts, generous sizes 55-73sqm internally and 13-40sqm balcony - Double glazed windows and sliding doors. - Blanco appliances (oven, cooktop, rangehood, dishwasher) - Stone benchtops - Hansgrohe tapware - Foxtel wired and NBN ready - High EER for all apartments - Secure basement parking with storage cage - Lift access
For more information or to arrange an appointment please call 0408 868 511. Alternatively visit the website -abrazokingston.com.au
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