Living in the heart of the city with a glorious view
You'll love the lifestyle and the views from the heart of Lonsdale Street in one of the most desirable two-bedroom apartments in Canberra. The sunny north easterly aspect of this home, and the uninterrupted views of Mt Ainslie give you a sense of light and space, but the real showstopper is the oversized 38 square metre outdoor living area that feels more like a courtyard than a balcony.
There is so much to love about this apartment, which is styled with a modern industrial chic, with a polished concrete ceiling in the living room, and a stylish floating industrial metal sheet combined with soft halogen lighting. Window furnishings of floor-to-ceiling curtains and soft carpet underfoot bring balance to the internal décor, while freshly painted walls give you a neutral backdrop to style your home and make it your own.
Your main bedroom looks out onto an expansive view of Mount Ainslie, perfect for breakfast in bed or sipping a cup of coffee on a Saturday morning. Your second bedroom has a built-in study nook and is spacious enough for a double bed positioned in the middle of the room and bed side tables. If you don't need a second bedroom, this can be used as a home office, a home gym, or an amazing walk-in robe with a dressing area and makeup table.
Your kitchen, dining and living room are open plan, and combined with your over-sized balcony, provide plenty of living space. The balcony is covered in wooden parquetry tiles that feel good under foot, and the right-angled design allows you room for a large dining table, and a large furniture setting and potted plants.
The balcony runs the full width of the apartment, and is accessed from both the living area and the main bedroom through double glazed floor to ceiling sliding glass doors, bringing the outside in, and joining the two separate spaces into one indoor/outdoor lifestyle space measuring 108 square metres.
Imagine starting your weekend with Friday drinks on your balcony with friends, with chilled wine from your built-in wine fridge, taking in the views of Mt Ainslie. Within a short walk you can continue with a great dinner at one of the many venues on Lonsdale Street, or cook at home with your well-equipped kitchen with Smeg appliances, and stone benchtops.
Follow your meal with some dancing at any of the popular venues along your street or have a quiet coffee after dinner at your favourite coffee shop. Wake up on Saturday and head to the gym, grab your favourite juice, and have breakfast on your balcony by nine, and spend your afternoon window shopping or spending time with friends either at home or at one of Lonsdale Street's many venues, and return for the spectacular sunset on your balcony.
This home offers not just a sanctuary with amazing views, but a lifestyle available nowhere else in Canberra, in the heart of the city. It's all on your street, with endless options uniquely available to Lonsdale Street residents.
Features: - Uninterrupted views of Mt Ainslie - Modern industrial style - North east facing - Large 38m2 balcony with beautiful wooden parquetry tiles - 2.7 m ceiling - Pet friendly complex - Double glazed windows - Stone benchtops - Inbuilt 10 bottle wine storage - Freshly painted throughout - Bedroom 2 has an inbuilt desk - Plenty of kitchen storage with 2 door tall pantry type cupboards - Master bedroom with double sliding doors looking out to stunning views of Mt Ainslie and surrounds - Master bedroom has 2 door sliding wardrobe with one convenient mirrored side - Split system in lounge room and main bedroom - European laundry - Stainless steel Smeg oven - Stainless steel 1 drawer Smeg dishwasher
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Enrolment areas for ACT public schools.
Ainslie Primary SchoolPrimary School
Campbell High SchoolHigh School
Calvary Private HospitalHospital
Canberra CentreMajor Shopping Centre
Australian National UniversityUniversity
Braddon Newsagency & Post OfficePost Office
Aust. Defence AcademyTafe
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