Ground-floor 3-bedroom apartment with north-east aspect
Apartment A08 offers 3 spacious bedrooms and expansive 29sqm courtyard.
Take the opportunity to walk through Polo and visualise your new home. Located in the prestigious Molonglo Valley suburb of Denman Prospect, Base Developments and Milin Builders are proud to showcase high-quality apartments and townhouses, allowing you to see your new home built before purchasing.
Polo is conventiently located at the northern end of the suburb, rising above Denman Village Shops, which includes IGA, Club Lime, dental, childcare and medical centre and a suite of speciality shops for the convenience of residents.
Apartment A08 features:
115sqm of internal living
Located on the ground floor with large 29sqm courtyard
Master bedroom with ensuite and overlooking courtyard
AEG kitchen appliances.
Floor-to-ceiling tiles in bathrooms and ensuite.
Ducted rangehood with induction cooktop available.
Ducted reverse-cycle air-conditioning
Designed and built by an award-winning team including Base Developments, Milin Builders, Kasparek Architects and Dept. of Design interiors.
Ability to view colour schemes as built.
For further information, visit polodenman.com.au or contact Will Honey on 0407 245 177 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit Polo's display suite located on McMichael Terrace.
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