You can feel it, Spring is almost here and with that comes warmer weather, a little more sunshine, gorgeous sunsets, drinks on the balcony, and evening picnics in the park.
Photographing 11/16 Berrigan Street in the morning was a delightful prelude into what its new owner will get to enjoy. Dappled sunlight filling the living spaces, magpies warbling, windows open and something unlike a lot of other inner-city apartments; privacy.
Nestled into the rear of the complex, this home two generous bedrooms, well-appointed bathrooms, an abundance of storage, modern kitchen and natural light beaming in from its expansive glass windows.
Situated in perfect proximity to the CBD, ANU, light rail and some of Canberra’s best cafes and restaurants.
It’s the perfect time to call this place home.
.light-filled first floor apartment in the tightly held ‘Acacia’ complex
.generous open-plan lounge and dining room with reverse cycle split system, huge mirrored storage cupboard and feature corner window
.covered balcony overlooking communal gardens and mature trees
.modern kitchen with stone bench tops, electric cooktop and dishwasher
.generous main bedroom with built-in robe and ensuite
.main bathroom with floor to ceiling tiles
.second bedroom with built-in robe
.good storage throughout
.two car spaces in secure basement with storage cage
.periodic tenancy at $580 per week
.well-maintained complex with communal gardens
.perfectly located opposite the O’Connor shops, allowing you to enjoy the benefits of inner city living
.easy access to public transport, bike paths, arterial roads and parklands
Land Rates – $360 approx. pq
Body Corporate – $986 approx. pq
Land Tax – $437 approx. pq
11/16 Berrigan Crescent