Perfectly positioned in the stunning 'Wayfarer' development, this standout 1 bedroom apartment has everything you need & more in an exceptional Belconnen location.
This beautiful apartment combines style & comfort with stunning views & a range of exciting amenities at your fingertips. CISAC is just across the road, Belconnen Mall is 2 blocks away & the University of Canberra can be seen from your balcony. Local restaurants are also close by & Lake Ginninderra is right next door.
The bedroom is generously sized with a built-in robe, & it is serviced by a stylish main bathroom. The open plan living area flows through to the spacious balcony.
Located on the 19th floor, you'll find 180 degree views of Lake Ginninderra across the reserve. Perched so high up, it is easy to see for miles & miles, & you'll forget you have a hub of activity at your doorstep. Don't wait to make this stunning apartment yours today.
Features Include: Pet-friendly building Tetsuya Wakuda designed kitchen with sleek stylish features Electrolux induction cooktop, rangehood, oven & dishwasher Quantum quartz stone benchtops Reverse-cycle heating & cooling Bathrooms with floor-to-ceiling tiling & a semi frame-less shower screen Glazed floor-to-ceiling windows Mirrored built-in robes in the bedroom Single car space in the basement, plus storage cage Lift access & intercom for visitors Land tax: $363 pq (approx.) Rates: $340 pq (approx.) Expected rental estimate:$400 - $420 per week Strata levies: $550 pq (approx.) EER: 6.0
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