Situated in the desirable Observatory development, this ground floor apartment offers a great balance of open plan living, accommodation and outdoor entertaining areas.
The development includes stunning central courtyard featuring up to 40 breakout areas throughout, including sheltered structures for exercise and leisure.
A healthy lifestyle awaits with children's parks, the Stromlo Forest Bike Park and Club Lime at your doorstep. The Observatory is also convenient to the Coombs shops (which include a pharmacy, dentist, supermarket, veterinary clinic), Charles Weston Primary School, Cooleman Court, Westfield Woden, Westfield Belconnen, Canberra City, Parliament House and the Canberra airport.
Features include: Two Good sized bedrooms both with built in wardrobes Open plan living space Well-appointed and good-sized kitchen Dishwasher and stone benchtops Reverse cycle air-conditioning Built-in study desk in the living area Large private courtyard Carpark space with storage cage Ground floor location Secure intercom system
Living area: 67 sqm Outdoor area: 26 sqm Rates: $1,417 pa Land tax: $1,670 pa Body corporate : $772 pq EER: 6.0
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