Ask buyers where they want to live, and Kingston is a suburb that constantly comes into conversation. Why, because it has the location of being an effortless stroll to the buzz of the Kingston Foreshore and relaxed day to day living with Kingston shops and the Manuka Precinct within easy reach. It's just a stone's throw to Barton and Canberra City for work and offers a lifestyle that is aspirational.
This two-bedroom two-bathroom apartment is nestled between Kennedy Street and Wentworth Avenue and offers great value. It's loaded with everything you need, along with resort facilities at your door.
Recently repainted and re-carpeted, this apartment should definitely be a consideration.
Features: - Prime Inner South Location - Top floor and north facing living and balcony - Open plan living dining kitchen - Opens to a wide private balcony - Built-in robes, integrated laundry - A/c, intercom entry & security - Pool, gymnasium, and tennis court in development - A diverse range of restaurants and cafes nearby - Walk-everywhere inner-city living - Secure basement car accommodation
Facts: EER: 5 Living Size: 88m2 Balcony: 12 m2 Rental Potential: $465 - $485 pw General Rates: $1,860.92 pa Land Tax (if rented): $2,166.91 pa Strata Fees(admin&sinking funds): $789.52 pq (Approx.)
All sizes and costs are approximate, and buyers should make their own enquiries.
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