Immaculately presented 72sqm One bedroom apartment North facing!
In light of the Coronavirus pandemic we have had to adjust our approach to selling this property. If you are interested in purchasing this executive apartment please contact the agent to book your private inspection.
Nestled in the leafy suburb of Yarralumla, this premium one bedroom apartment located in the quiet Hampton Circuit , truly a rare opportunity to secure this modern apartment in one of Canberra's best suburbs. The property is located just a short walk from the Deakin & Yarralumla Shops, Lake Burley Griffin, Canberra city with convenience of an easy commute down Adelaide Avenue to the CBD or Woden.
Walking through this stunning apartment you will be immediately impressed by the high quality finishes on offer whilst enjoying the sun drenched spaces that floods the property due to its northerly aspect. The balcony provides a place to entertain friends and family as there is an abundance of space on offer.
Ready access to dog friendly cafes, pharmacies, convenience stores at either Yarralumla or Deakin as well as the convenience of a short stroll to the lake for some fish and chips at the snapper by the lake what a great offering presented.
In summary: - First floor - High quality finishes such as stone benchtops, double sink and stainless steel SMEG appliances - Reverse-cycle air conditioning - Secure access - SMEG Appliances - Premium location - Built 2013 - Double glazing - Carp park with storage facility - Body Corp $1652.49 pq approx - Land Tax $2105 pa approx - Rates $1730 pa approx
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