Apartment • 4mo
- Built-in Robes
- Secure Parking
- Hydronic Heating
About this Property
Located on the 10th floor of the prestigious Nishi building, renowned for its innovative architecture, this one-bedroom apartment boasts unobstructed views of the stunning Lake Burley Griffin. Imagine watching fireworks from your own balcony while enjoying the comforts of city living.
Convenience is key with direct access to the Palace Cinemas, Monster Kitchen and Bar, and Makeshift Cafe right within the building. Additionally, this prime location in the vibrant NewActon precinct puts you just a short stroll away from the Canberra Centre and the ANU.
Whether you're a working professional or a student seeking the ultimate urban lifestyle, the Nishi Building offers unparalleled amenities and an unbeatable location. Don't miss the opportunity to make this exceptional apartment your new home. Contact us today for a viewing.
- Open floor plan with ample natural light
- Fully Furnished and ready to occupy
- Dryer and Washer included
- Located within minutes' walk to the city
- Stunning Lake views
- Murphy bed which can be discreetly stored when entertaining
- Hydronic heating
- Movie theatre, restaurant and cafe within the building
- Eco conscious building with unique design
- Executive living with tranquil views
- Convenient access to public transportation
- Please note that the energy efficiency rating (EER) for this property is currently unknown. However, interested parties are encouraged to schedule
a viewing to see the property's eco-conscious design and features firsthand.
*The property is exempt from the Minimum Ceiling Insulation Standards
** Important Information **
6-month Lease Available at the rate of $650 per week
12-month Lease Available at the rate of $600 per week
Available from 23/02/2024
Please Note: If you would like to inspect the property call Emily on 0439 494 857 or email on firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications can be submitted by clicking 'Apply Online'
All information contained herein is gathered from third party sources we deem to be reliable. However, we cannot guarantee its accuracy and interested persons should rely on their own independent enquiries and not on the information contained herein.
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