Offering surprising space (80m2 total), premium finishes and an ideal position set within one of Canberra's premium locales, this immaculately presented 'Kingston Place' apartment will be on many 'must see' lists.
This gorgeous first floor apartment is ideally oriented for northern light and set in 'Old Kingston', known for its mature trees, wide grassy nature strips and characterful lamp posts.
The large open plan living space, featuring high ceilings and hardwood flooring, consists of a lounge and dining area drenched in natural light coming in through the floor to ceiling windows. Sliding doors lead out to the generous covered balcony.
A premium kitchen offers generous marble bench tops with waterfall edge, soft closing cabinetry, glass splashback, quality Miele appliances and ample storage.
The large main bedroom features a large wardrobe, floor to ceiling windows and sliding door access to the balcony.
The sleek and stylish marble bathroom benefits from quality fittings, floor to ceiling tiling and frameless shower screen. The European style laundry is also integrated into this space behind bi-fold doors.
Secure basement parking is included and there is also a lockable storage cage.
'Old Kingston' offers a unique charm; characterised by wide tree-lined streets, ambling foot paths, mature parks/gardens and some of Canberra’s most significant residential architecture. Keen walkers and cyclists will note the easy access to the vast network of paths around Lake Burley Griffin.
Kingston Green is so close and with Manuka and Kingston foreshore within 1km, it will be quite some time before you can visit all of the cafés and restaurants plus the many boutique stores, markets and galleries.
Access to public transport is excellent. Kingston train station and the bus stop are both a short stroll away. The Parliamentary Triangle, home to multiple government departments and private sector organisations, is a short two minute drive.
First floor position within 'Kingston Place' Large covered balcony Generous flowing living space with hardwood floors & high ceilings Large main bedroom with built-in wardrobe & access to balcony Premium kitchen with soft close cabinetry, marble tops & Miele appliances Sleek & stylish marble bathroom with quality fittings European style hide-away laundry, includes dryer Daikin ducted air conditioning Secure basement car park & lockable storage Walk to Old Kingston cafés, bars & restaurants 2 minute drive to Parliament House, DFAT, PWC Rent potential $495.00 to $530.00 (Approx. pw) Living: 63m2 Balcony: 17m2 Total: 80m2 (All approx.) Strata: $996.30 Rates: $380.33 per quarter (all approx. pq)
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