Located on the ground floor providing separate street access and with windows along 3 sides providing maximum light and cross ventilation.
Within a boutique development of only 8 apartments that were constructed to a high-quality.
Featuring a northerly aspect the open-plan living room and kitchen over looks and opens to the spacious courtyard.
The bedroom with built-in-robe captures the afternoon sun, which also has its own private courtyard.
Located in a quiet tree-lined street providing the best of peaceful living on the fridge of the vibrancy of Braddon and the City.
This chic light-filled apartment paired with its location make it incredibly desirable.
A must to inspect.
Features: Spacious and light filled Ground floor position with separate street access through courtyard Windows on 3 sides of the apartment, allowing maximum light and cross ventilation Open plan living room with access to front courtyard Kitchen with dishwasher European laundry Reverse cycle unit Bathroom Bedroom with built-in-robe and separate, private courtyard Boutque complex of 8 apartments Single secure car space and storage Quiet, tree-lined street Walk to Braddon & Canberra City
Living area: 59m2 approx Couryard: 30m2 approx EER: 6 Body Corporate: $1,107 P/Q Approx
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