This stunning L-shaped penthouse apartment delivers three key elements: space, style and sunshine.
Wrapping around the south-west corner of Belconnen's acclaimed High Society complex, it offers mesmerising mountain views through full-height windowed walls, and a sophisticated layout that segregates the bedroom wing from the living areas.
Sun-soaked interiors spaces include a sprawling living and dining zone that opens onto a substantial covered terrace that provides views over Lake Ginninderra.
The open-plan kitchen incorporates a central island that seats two, smeg appliances and a dedicated pantry.
A unique curved wall of double-glazed windows is the standout feature in the master bedroom. It's closely followed by the room's beautiful ensuite, which features a shower and bathtub 'wet-room' configuration and amazing uninterrupted southerly views.
Two additional queen-sized bedrooms have mirrored walk-in wardrobes and views south to the Brindabellas. A main bathroom with walk-in shower services these rooms.
Catering for a truly tailored lifestyle, residents of High Society also have access to exclusive onsite amenities.
From the swimming pool, sauna and gymnasium, to the library, theatre and wine cellar, every facility has been designed to provide an elevated experience. This high-class complex is conveniently located minutes from everything the Belconnen Town Centre has to offer including retail, restaurants, schools, universities, hospitals, markets and more.
FEATURES • Sunny, L-shaped three-bedroom penthouse apartment with mountain views • Master bedroom with striking curved window wall, open-plan custom wardrobe and ensuite with contemporary shower and bathtub 'wet room' configuration • Two additional queen-sized bedrooms with mirrored built-in wardrobes • Main bathroom with walk-in shower and floor-to-ceiling tiles • Open-plan kitchen with an island that seats two, soft-close storage drawers, dual sink and Miele appliances, including dishwasher • Large dining space adjacent to kitchen and sliding door access to a huge covered terrace with lake and mountain views. • European-style laundry with sink and dryer • Reverse-cycle air conditioning in the living areas and the master bedroom • Double secure basement carparks • Access to building facilities including outdoor swimming pool, sauna, spa, wine cellar, chef's kitchen, children's play area, library, alfresco dining, theatre, gym, meeting rooms, podium and rooftop gardens
- Internal Living 142m2 - External 10m2 - Rates $1,400-$1,500 per annum (approx.) - Land tax $1,700-$1,800 per annum (approx.) - Body corporate $5,000-$6,000 per annum (approx.) - Rental estimate $680-$700 per week
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