Sapphire Kingston is Canberra's most prestigious apartment complex - offering the last waterfront parcel of land at the Kingston Foreshore. Boasting uninterrupted views of the lake and pristine Jerrabomberra Wetlands, this three-bedroom home is apartment living at its finest.
A boutique building with only 79 apartments across five storeys, Sapphire features only two, three and four bedroom units and penthouses.
All apartments have lake views and a northerly aspect, offering the full depth of the building to have dual aspect, light and cross-flow ventilation. In addition to this, residents will have access to a large landscaped area as their backyard, stretching out over the peninsula with established trees and walkways.
Stylish and practical, the kitchen has integrated Miele appliances, including a fridge, dishwasher and rangehood. The integrated BBQ on the balcony (applies to limited plan types) provides a fantastic space to entertain family and friends while soaking up views of the lake.
Relaxation is made easy with a private master ensuite that features double vanities, contemporary and sophisticated frameless mirrors and an elegant free-standing bath. Features:
• Miele kitchen appliances
• Ducted reverse-cycle air conditioning
• Reconstituted stone splashback
• Integrated BBQ on the balcony (applies to limited plan types)
• Double-glazed windowsConcierge service
• NBN connectivity
• Minimum Energy Efficiency Rating (EER) of 6.5
Visit our Display Suite located on the Kingston Foreshore - 5/2 Trevillian Quay, Kingston (next to 38 Espresso). Experience the exquisite level of finishes in the form of a fully built kitchen and bathroom, view the physical model to orientate yourself with the site and take a virtual tour of the stunning apartments using augmented reality.
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