The epitome of classy living, so close to everything!
The north facing position guarantees natural light floods inside the generously sized living area and the contemporary design, with its flowing floorplan, is a winner in every sense.
Open plan, the light and bright living space easily accommodates a large dining table, plus couches, and flows to the sunny entertainment terrace.
Ease of living will be your catch-cry as you enjoy the chic kitchen, with its sleek stone bench tops, new cooking appliances and numerous cupboards and drawers.
With a flexible floorplan, sharing with others will be a breeze, as the bedrooms and bathrooms are cleverly segregated from each other, one pair of each per ‘wing’.
The two spacious bedrooms each offer a wall of built in robes and there is additional storage throughout the apartment.
Both bathrooms have just been impressively renovated, now featuring floor to ceiling tiles, massive rain water shower heads plus additional thoughtful touches.
Car accommodation for two vehicles is provided, however you may choose to stay parked ‘at home’ as the property is brilliantly located, within easy walking or cycling distance to the Central Business District and close the Ainslie and Dickson shopping centres, which means everything is at your fingertips.
- Conveniently located close to everything that matters - North facing aspect to the living, dining and kitchen - Many large windows and glass door to the large entertainment balcony - Generous and flexible floor plan - Segregated bedrooms, each with its own bathroom - Kitchen with new cooking appliances - Stone benches & dishwasher - Plenty of storage throughout the apartment - Double blinds – venetians and honeycomb - Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning - First floor position - Stairwell not shared by any other apartments - Easy access to the city and a great stepping off point to everywhere - Walk or cycle to shops and schools - Mt Ainslie bushwalks are close by
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Enrolment areas for ACT public schools.
Ainslie Primary SchoolPrimary School
Lyneham HighHigh School
Calvary Private HospitalHospital
Canberra CentreMajor Shopping Centre
Australian National UniversityUniversity
Braddon Newsagency & Post OfficePost Office
Aust. Defence AcademyTafe
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