Unit 3 - Internal living 126 sqm, 44 sqm courtyard
Showcasing the picturesque environment of a leafy Inner North setting, complete with exquisite inclusions, and an ideal location; this boutique complex of only seven, is set to be the finest that the suburb of Braddon has to offer. The One's most desirable features, apart from it's 'opulent luxury', is the proximity to quality local amenities, with the nearby Lonsdale strip boasting a host of restaurants, bars and cafes, amongst an array of other popular facilities; all within walking distance of your doorstep. Although positioned within one of Canberra's most vibrant precincts, The One is located on a discreet residential street; away from the hustle and bustle.
- Construction has commenced, completion expected February 2021 - Boutique complex of only seven town homes - Internal Living 126 sqm, 44 sqm courtyard - Architecturally designed by Ring & Associates - Private street level, walk up address - Two colour schemes available, Custom joinery throughout - Optional upgrade SieMatic German kitchen and home automation - ASKO appliances, Engineered oak flooring throughout - Ducted heating and cooling throughout, in slab heating in each bathroom - Precast concrete construction providing superior acoustic, energy and stability - Secure double garage 44 sqm with internal access - Floor to ceiling windows, double glazing, solar passive - Seamless indoor and outdoor living with spacious front courtyard
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