With an abundance of style, comfort, and awe-inspiring views from the edge of Lake Burley Griffin, the "Waterfront" provides a visually appealing building set back from public parkland.
The interiors of this first floor apartment present an open layout design capturing the northerly aspect allowing the sun to penetrate deep into the apartment during the Canberra winter.
A central living/dining area extends onto a wintergarden providing year-round use for relaxing with that early morning cup of coffee before starting the day. During the warmer months, the windows can be drawn back to optimise the view of the ever-changing colours in the sky and during the winter, use the in-slab heating to provide another area to relax and watch the world go by.
The kitchen has Bosch appliances including a dishwasher, gas cook top and rangehood, electric oven and built-in microwave. There is a large pantry, modern glass splash backs and plenty of bench space and cupboards that will satisfy the most fastidious of chefs.
Both bedrooms offer lake views, their own bathroom, and built-in robes. The study can be used as a home office, library, guest room or playroom for visiting grandchildren.
Not often found in apartment living is a laundry room with clothes dryer and there is built in storage either side of it and additional cupboards in the entry area; storage is not a problem here.
Car accommodation is provided by two allocated car spaces positioned side by side close to the lift in the basement garage. There are also two storage cages, again adjacent to each other.
A level walk down Eastlake Parade will lead you to the heritage precinct around the Powerhouse, the walking and bicycle tracks around the Foreshore, wetlands areas and into the city, and of course the many dining options that are available in the area. Public transport is also easily accessible.
This is an enviable lifestyle highly sought after and understandably so with all the features and benefits on offer. Waterfront residents can also enjoy a community choir, cooking club, small library, regular social get-togethers and the full time on-site Building Managers.
About the suburb: Kingston is the oldest suburb of Canberra. It is named after Charles Cameron Kingston, the former Premier of South Australia and Minister in the first Australian Commonwealth Government.
• Awe-inspiring waterfront views over the Lake and towards the city • Spacious interiors with an open plan living/dining area • Kitchen with Bosch appliances including dishwasher, gas cook top and electric oven • Both bedrooms have stunning water views and large built-in robes • Each bedroom has its own bathroom • In slab heating to ensuite bathroom and wintergarden • Study/home office or playroom for grandchildren • Laundry room • Ample built-in storage cupboards • Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning and double-glazed windows – single glazed in wintergarden • Northerly aspect to maximise the winter sun • External powder-coated vertical louvres designed to optimise solar access during the winter and control summer sun • Centralised gas hot water service • Two allocated car spaces - side by side - in basement garage along with two storage cages • Full time On-Site Building Managers • Light and airy Atrium welcoming your guests when they visit you • NBN – fibre to the node connection to access the broadband network
Land value $18,360,000 (entire block) Block size 8,441 sqm (entire block) Rates $525.71 per quarter Body corporate levies: $1,940.10 per quarter Rental appraisal: $720 - $780 per week unfurnished Land tax $656.46 per quarter (if purchased as an investment property) Living area 124.24 sqm EER 6
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Telopea Primary SchoolPrimary School
Telopea High SchoolHigh School
The Canberra HospitalHospital
Canberra CentreMajor Shopping Centre
Australian National UniversityUniversity
Aust. Federal Police CollCollege
Kingston Post OfficePost Office
Canberra Institute Of TechnologyTafe
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