A prestigious and stunning 3- bedroom home boasting a sunny north-eastern aspect, a spaciously segregated floorplan and views to Mount Ainslie, unit 122 is one not to miss. A stone's throw away to the Canberra CBD, bask in this unit's tranquil outlook whilst reaping all the amenities the city has to offer.
The open plan living and dining area is accented by beautiful hardwood floors and an abundance of floor to ceiling windows. The designer kitchen showcases 40mm stone benchtops, top of the line Smeg appliances and plenty of storage space, all of which flows into the wrap around balcony adding to the serene ambience of the apartment.
Minutes' walk to the CBD, "Provenance" offers all the benefits of a city lifestyle with none of the hustle and bustle!
We have a choice of two 3-bedroom apartments and two 2-bedroom apartments in this breathtaking complex in the heart of the city. These apartments are ideal for live-in owners or astute investors alike.
Features of the Apartments:
SMEG 900mm induction cooktop (in three bedroom) SMEG 900mm Classic oven (in three bedroom) SMEG 600mm induction cooktop (in two bedroom) SMEG 600mm Classic oven (in two bedroom) SMEG externally ventilated concealed rangehood SMEG fully integrated dishwasher Double glazing to all windows and glass sliding doors Australian blackbutt timber flooring Engineered stone bench tops Private car allocation
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