We only have 6 of these amazing properties left - including one unit on the penthouse level with a private 50sqm balcony!!
***All our available units are now ready for inspection, come to Display Suite on the corner of Dawes St, and The Causeway between 12 and 3pm every Saturday for more information***
On the corner of the Kingston Village, where Dawes Street and The Causeway meet, the Powerhouse offers a mix of practical and beautiful living spaces.The building's striking facade combines industrial elements of metal cladding and pre-cast concrete together with black aluminium balustrades and window features; making for a beautiful new addition to the Kingsborough Village.
The remaining Powerhouse units are the ultimate offering - with some earmarked as serviced apartments and the others residential, this building offers high yield and the best first home in Canberra. Another clever design allows private spaces, large living areas, adjustable interior glass walls, oversized bathrooms and great kitchens. High ceilings, high-end blinds and flooring, perfect Eastern aspect or views over the Kingsborough Village; this offering has it all. Why buy from anyone other than the best - Construction Control have been delivering the highest end of building in our City, and now provide a modern delight in Kingsborough Village! Come and see these beautiful apartments for yourself from 10am on Saturday 19th October 2019. You won't be dissapointed !
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