Overlooking historic Glebe Park with the city at your doorstep, this upper floor apartment offers the perfect lifestyle for Canberra’s cosmopolitans.
Looking out to the park, and not the main street, the two-bedroom apartment is sprawled over 102 square metres of living and a 19-square-metre balcony.
A spacious entrance hallway leads to the main hub of activity: the light-filled, open-plan living and meals space, leading to a large covered balcony.
The space is overlooked by a gourmet kitchen, appointed with stainless steel Smeg appliances, dishwasher and ample cupboard space, all of which are enveloped by 30mm white stone benchtops.
To maintain privacy, the bedrooms do not share walls, instead sharing views to the central courtyard complex.
Both rooms offer built-in wardrobes, while the master comes with a generous ensuite that shares similarities with the main bathroom with floor-to-ceiling marble tiles contrasting elegantly with the darker coloured stone vanity and mirror cabinetry.
Ducted air conditioning offers year-round comfort, while the voice and camera intercom system and carpark access allow for added security. Built between 2007 and 2009, the property offers two side-by-side car spaces as well as added basement storage.
Complex amenities include a gymnasium, a barbecue area and a heated in-ground swimming pool and spa, situated within a central courtyard surrounded by maintained landscaped gardens. Located at the more peaceful rear of the complex, there are only six other apartments on the floor, and one neighbour.
Glebe Park residences is a stroll away from restaurants, cafes, the Canberra Centre shopping precinct, offices, city amenities and the main transport routes.
Unit 156 of 15 Coranderrk Street in Canberra City is on the market for $640,000 with viewing times on Tuesday, June 20 at 12.30pm until 1.15pm.
For more information, contact Christine Shaw or Jane Ahern from Luton Properties Dickson on 0405 135 009 or 0409 042 396.
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