Google the definition of convenience in the dictionary and there's a chance 17/28 Mort Street could be listed there. This trendy 1 bedroom apartment embodies the essence of chic, inner City living. Situated in the heart of Braddon among an impressive array of cafes, restaurants and boutique urban outlets, you may never need to cook again.
With an outlook toward Black Mountain, this level 6 apartment was built in 2013 by the award winning Madison Constructions. The property has secure intercom access, security floor coded lift, secure access basement parking, and bicycle storage. Major shopping centres, professional offices and inter-town light rail are within a 2-3 minute walk, and the Australian National University is an easy walk or short bicycle ride away.
An excellent investment, the property is currently rented on a fixed lease at $400 per week until 21 January 2021.
- Level 6, 1 bedroom apartment - Open plan living and dining - Bosch kitchen appliances - Reverse cycle split system heating & cooling - Stone benches in kitchen and bathroom - Built in wardrobe - Linen cupboard - Covered balcony - Built in 2013 - Strata: $993 pq approx - Rented at $400 pw until end January 2021
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