1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, 1 parking space apartment
53 sqm internal, 8 sqm balcony
2 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 2 parking space apartment
74 sqm internal, 8 sqm balcony
North east facing
Rental guarantee and rebates available on both properties until end September 2021
Described as being on “Canberra’s unspoilt natural fringe”, this development is truly beautiful and very affordable.
Boasting light filled apartments with high end finishes and spacious storage solutions, combined with exquisite and functional rooftop entertaining areas spanning over 2200sqm, this property is not to be missed.
Additional bonuses include a buzzing retail precinct on your doorstep – with an artisanal pizzeria, gastropub, coffee shop and bakery as well as grocery store, bottle shop and gym. There is also extensive private and public underground parking.
With a population of more than 85,000 and one of Canberra’s most relaxed contemporary lifestyles, Tuggeranong continues to experience above-average population, economic and residential property growth.
The Tuggeranong Town Centre is a major established retail precinct, with excellent community amenity and extensive transport connections to the Canberra CBD and beyond via road and bicycle.
The region is also considered one of the ACTs employment hubs, with a vibrant mix of private businesses and government departments including Dept Human Services and Dept Social Services.
Boasting value for money that’s increasingly hard to find elsewhere, combined with an undersupply of quality homes, means that there is high demand for rental properties in the region — making this development an ideal investment with rental returns up to 7% being achieved.
- 1 minute walk to Lake Tuggeranong
- 5 minute walk to South Point Shopping Centre
- 15 minute drive to Canberra Airport
- 20 minute drive to Canberra CBD
- 113 minute drive to Jindabyne, gateway to the snowfields
Construction has started. Completion is scheduled for Q3 2022.
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