Rising above the expansive lawns and leafy trees of Commonwealth Park, The Griffin engages with the natural landscape through its architectural response and wealth of open spaces. As the only residential offering within Parkes, The Griffin presents a unique opportunity to enjoy panoramic views that will go on forever. Here, some of the most spacious apartments in Canberra take their place among landmark neighbours.
The Griffin boasts liveable & functional 1 bedroom apartments that capture both natural light & views. With an average size of 61m2, they are perfect for those who value being close to the City but removed enough to enjoy a quiet lifestyle. Offering both loft style floorplans, with double height ceilings in the living space or single level designs with large bedrooms, 'house' sized kitchens and a select few with full study rooms.
Amalgamated Property Group are setting a new standard with inclusions. Beginning with Penthouses, APG continued the fixtures and fittings throughout all apartment types, even to 1 bedroom apartments. Features such as double glazed windows, timber flooring to all living areas, undertile heating to all bathrooms, ducted heating and cooling, externally ducted rangehood, feature glass cabinetry and luxurious 30mm stone benchtop are all standard at The Griffin.
Further, The Griffin offers a Concierge Service for exclusive use to residents. Put simply, the concierge is there to assist residents with daily newspaper delivers, mail collection, plant watering, transport arrangements, coordination of tradespersons and dry-cleaning and laundry collection.
Additional amenities include a wellness centre incorporating a 25m indoor lap pool, steam room and sauna and uniquely segregated weights & cardio gyms. Paying homage to the initial works of Walter & Marion Burley Griffin, over a century ago, The Griffin continues their legacy and vision through celebrating Canberra's most iconic landmarks.
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55m2 - 73m2 of living
Up to 35m2 of external space
2.7m high ceilings to living spaces
30mm reconstituted stone benchtops
Ducted heating & cooling throughout
Undertile heating to bathrooms
Double glazed windows and sliding doors
Timber flooring to all living areas
Allocated car park
Glass feature cabinetry to the kitchen
Miele kitchen appliances including externally ducted rangehood
Access to a 25m indoor lap pool, steam room and sauna, weights and cardio gyms
Concierge service for exclusive use of residents
Custom bathroom suites with stone benchtops and mirrored cabinetry
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