This spacious 3 bedroom apartment is in Canberra's iconic residential building, "The Wayfarer," with ultra-convenient location. Only steps to Westfield, Belconnen Mall, bus interchange, CISAC Pool, Government offices and the University of Canberra.
Perched on the 10th level, it has an unforgettable view of the Black Mountain Tower. Floor to ceiling double-glazed windows throughout fills this modern apartment full of natural light.
This apartment offers a spacious open plan living, quality finished kitchen with premium stainless steel appliances, large waterfall stone benchtops, under-mount sink, ample space for storage and a pantry. Each bedroom has a built-in robe and floor to ceiling tiles in the bathroom.
With the growing population and approx. 1% vacancy rate in Belconnen, it easily creates a potential high rental return for investors to add to their portfolio.
• Floor to ceiling double glazed windows throughout • Beautiful views of Black Mountain • Floor to ceiling tiles in the bathroom • Stainless steel appliances, dishwasher and electric cooktop • Waterfall Stone Bench Top • Under-mount Sink • Reverse cycle Air-conditioning in Living and Master • NBN ready • Close to public transport • Close to Westfield, Belconnen mall, CISAC Pool and the University of Canberra
Block: 39 Section: 47 Living: 86 sqm EER: 6.0 Strata: $1,319 per quarter approx. Rates: $340 per quarter approx.
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