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Located on the fringe of the CBD, this stunning apartment is immaculate in presentation and offers the best of both worlds a leafy outlook and benefits of city living. Perfectly positioned on the first floor of the boutique development Vue South enjoy plenty of natural light, warmth and colourful leafy vistas showcased by the large windows.
Featuring open plan kitchen, dining and living areas with neutral colour palate, spilling out to a covered balcony, perfect for relaxing while enjoying the ever-changing colours of large deciduous trees. The well-appointed kitchen features quality appliances and plenty of cupboard and bench space. A clever floor plan of segregated bedrooms, ensuite and main bathrooms allows for privacy of shared living arrangements.
Security car accommodation for two cars, security cage and lift access to your front door complete an attractive package perfect for the executive, first home buyer or astute investors looking to add to the portfolio.
Walking distance to the popular cafes and restaurants of Braddon, Australian National University and light rail stop into the city, #20 Vue South offers a sought after convenient and easy-care lifestyle on the city fringe.
Approx 80 sqm
Open living areas
Modern bathrooms and kitchen
Two balconies off either bedroom
New carpet throughout
Split system heating / cooling
Two car spaces
Body Corporate fees - $1443 pq
Rates - $479 pq
Land Tax - $616 pq (if rented)
Water rates - $167 pq
Potential Rental - $550 pw
Constructed - 2009
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