2/5 London Circuit CITY, ACT 2601
$630.00 partially furnished no carpark
$660.00 partially furnished with carpark
This 2 Bedroom apartment is located in the heart of the CBD. Located on the ground floor this 2 bedroom split level apartment has it’s own street entrance.
The entrance leads into a large living dining area, with contemporary kitchen with stone bench tops with heat resistant mirror splash backs and stainless steel appliances. There is an additional toilet and basin in the downstairs area. Two bedrooms are on the second level, and is divided with the second room with sliding door.
– 2 bedrooms
– Master bedroom with walk in robe
– 1 bathroom combined laundry
– Powder room
– Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning
– Underground carspace + storage
– Private courtyard with key access
– Broadband access
– Separate gym with excellent equipment
– Spa and sauna
– Barbecue area
Available: January 28th, 2019
Lease: 12 Months
Sorry, no pets
EER Rating: 4.5(2018)*
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