A variety of affordable 2 bedroom ensuite apartments are available, attracting first home buyers/investors wanting to buy as close to the City as they can without blowing the budget. The floorplans have been thoughtfully designed to maximise livings space & to separate the bedrooms - an ideal layout for those who value privacy. Each kitchen is generous in size & features induction cooking, wall hung ovens & ample storage options. A small selection of corner apartments is up for grabs, either with commanding views over the City Centre or over heritage-listed Ainslie/Braddon & beyond to Mount Ainslie.
Car parking options include a single or double tandem spaces.
Wall hung ovens - providing extra storage within the kitchen
Double-glazed windows throughout
City or Ainslie/Braddon heritage views
Reverse-cycle heating & cooling
Low strata levies
Smaller inner city development of only 92 apartments
Single designated car park with lockable storage cage
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