A stunning 1 bedroom apartment located on the Level three of "Mark Apartments".
In the heart of the City, just minutes' walk to offices, Canberra Centre shopping, restaurants.
Open plan living area, generous private balcony, sleek galley kitchen with induction cook-top, wall oven, built in dishwasher and microwave, stunning tiled splash-back, and high quality fixtures.
The bedroom both have mirrored built in wardrobes. The modern bathroom has floor to ceiling tiles, towel rails and superb quality fittings.
Roller blinds feature throughout, with reverse cycle air conditioning, intercom, and a dedicated basement car space and private lock-up storage cage.
• apartment on 3rd floor • Winter garden balcony • Stunning kitchen with high quality fixtures and fittings • Induction cook-top, wall oven, built in dishwasher and microwave • bathroom and en-suite with floor to ceiling tiles and heated towel rail • European laundry with dryer • Floating timber floor • Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning • Roller blinds throughout • Secure Intercom access • Secure basement car park • Lock up storage cage • Located near the City Centre, restaurants, cafes, shopping, nightlife, and light rail
Rates: $1,518.68 p/a ( approx ) Strata levy: $ 1,475.82 p/a ( approx ) Land tax: $ 451.31 p/q ( approx ) only if this is an investment property.
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