Ready to Move in Now – A fantastic opportunity to buy for living or/and an investment. You will love this 2-bedroom apartment with its open plan living, dining & kitchen area that flows straight to the tiled balcony through glass sliding doors to enjoy breathtaking views on daily basis. The second bedroom can be used as a home office if you prefer, the choice is yours. Quality appliances include a dishwasher, heating and cooling system, laminated timber floor covering to living area and quality carpet to the bedrooms provide a comfortable lifestyle.
This apartment offers resort-style facilities with remarkable shared spaces and 20-meter resort style pool & sun deck, rooftop alfresco dining and entertaining spaces set amongst a sumptuous garden and private residents' gymnasium. This apartment shall make you feel like you are on holiday every day of the week while enjoying living surrounded by luxurious finishes throughout. Call us now to view this wonderful apartment before you miss out.
Property Features Include:
Stunning mountain & lake views Short stroll to Yerrabi Pond, walking & bicycle tracks 8.2 Energy efficiency rating Double glazed windows and sliding doors 20m Resort style pool & sun deck Residents only gymnasium in the building Latest efficient cooking appliances NBN Wired, ready for connection Rooftop alfresco dining & entertainment spaces Rooftop kitchenette with pizza ovens Walking distance to the Gungahlin to Canberra City Light Rail terminal Walking distance to numerous restaurants, cafes, bars, shops & entertainment options
List goes on & on – Call us now to view this wonderful apartment before you miss out.
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