Set in a quiet loop street in the heart of the Inner North, this boutique, low-rise development offers an array of floorplans & impressive inclusions to suit your lifestyle & budget.
The difference - everything you've been asking for is at Zenith. Finally, apartments with gas cooking & powerful, externally-ducted rangehoods, basement parking with lift access, generous indoor & outdoor living areas, designer kitchens & bathrooms, double glazing as well as an option for timber flooring are amongst the long list of quality inclusions.
The location - within the gentrifying Inner North precinct currently being undertaken by the City Renewal Authority (CRA) and the National Capital Authority (NCA). Zenith enjoys easy walking access to the Dickson shops with the abundant retail shops & restaurants on offer, whilst Braddon & the City will be only a short tram, bus or Uber away.
Light Rail - the Wakefield Avenue stop (approximately 300m away) will be the closest tram station, whilst there is a future tram stop identified to be even closer that would bring the walk to about 50m. This will provide one of the fastest & most convenient ways to access the City when operational, around the same time as completion of the Zenith Apartments.
The plans - the Zenith apartments have had careful attention paid to ensure the most efficient use of space, maximising internal & external licing areas. This 1 bedroom + study/guest room design is 73m & features a 10m balcony, a single car space and basement storage.
First home buyers are eligible for stamp duty exemptions, whilst investors can expect excellent return & a sound investment from one of Canberra's most up & coming areas, more details can of course be provided on request.
With construction now complete, for more information or to arrange an inspection, please call Matt Runko on 0412 256 461 or email email@example.com today.
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