Located within Kingston's iconic "Lakefront" development, this apartment sets the standard for foreshore living at its finest. The two bedroom ensuite design boasts, luxury inclusions & access to Lakefront's premier facilities.
This apartment uses open plan living and floor to ceiling windows to create a bright and airy feeling that resonates throughout. The kitchen offers stone bench tops, gas cooking and stainless steel appliances, all while overlooking the large open plan living room.
Lakefront additionally features resort-like facilities which are second-to-none on the foreshore, such as an infinity edged swimming pool that looks back over the lake towards the city, as well as a large gym. This apartment also offers two secure car spaces to provide you plenty of parking within the foreshore.
Centrally located, the Kingston Foreshore is Canberra's hub for lifestyle options, with boutique Manuka & Kingston shopping, the Old Bus Depot Markets, and a boardwalk lined with bars, restaurants & cafes all nearby, meaning you will never be short on things to do within walking distance of your new apartment.
• Large two bedroom ensuite designed apartment • Exclusive "Lakefront Kingston Island" complex • Stone bench tops, stainless steel appliances • European style laundry • Secure voice and video access control for guests • Two secure underground parking bays plus storage • Infinity edged pool and fully equipped gym in complex • Ideally located in Kingston Foreshore, close to Parliamentary Triangle, Mauka shopping precinct and the lake • Currently tenanted $560 per week, fixed term ending 27 August 2021 • Council rates $1,848pa, Land Tax $2,272pa, Strata Levies $4,869pa (approx.) • Please note all images were taken pre-tenancy
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