Finely Crafted Residences In The Heart Of Campbell - Only four remain
Display Suite: on site 2 Blamey Place Campbell
A rare and unique offering within Campbell Village focusing on owner occupiers looking for a quieter alternative to the traditional rise developments most commonly seen. This is a boutique tower of only 9 spacious north facing apartments with 3 on each level ranging 79sqm- 92sqm of internal living serviced by elevator access (no stairs).
Interiors reflect that mid-century aesthetic, with natural timbers and tones offsetting the masonry external finishes. Soft greys, warm mid-toned timbers and black highlights create a sleek, sophisticated ambience. Rounded accents, grid-like patterns and varying textures add visual interest. MICA is exceptional in every respect. The location, in the very heart of Canberra's most desirable inner-north suburb,is unmatched. Then there's the scale: this boutique development has just 19 beautifully crafted homes arranged in three separate buildings. And the design: Stewart Architects have been inspired by Campbell's stylish mid-century modern heritage.
- Plans available by appointment via our display suite - Internal living 78sqm- 92sqm - Limited adaptable floor plans on each level - Exquisite kitchen with feature joinery,ilveappliances - Luxury engineered timber flooring - Ducted heating and cooling throughout - The finest fittings and fixtures throughout - Secure garage parking with internal access - Extremelyenergy efficient, double glazing, solar passive, fresh design - Seamless indoor and outdoor living with spacious balconies - Uniquely positioned close to Campbell Village and Lake Burley Griffin
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