In a town like Canberra, location is everything. It can determine your lifestyle, your interests, and it can even influence the food you eat. Canberra locals know that living centrally is priceless, and there are very few locations that offer the best of city living, while keeping the vibe effortlessly cool.
Being close to the action, yet grounded within a local community is a balance not often achieved, but 7/43 Ipima Street certainly ticks both boxes.
On a quiet, leafy street and inside a boutique apartment block (there are only 19 apartments in the complex), you’ll find this lovely light filled, one bedroom apartment. Making an efficient use of space, this north facing unit is unlike many of the high-rise apartments in the area. This property feels less like a hotel, and more like a home.
This gorgeous, light and airy modern apartment is less than a 5 minute drive to the award-winning Ainslie IGA (who proudly boasts the largest cheese selection in the ACT). And a short walk will take you to the centre of Braddon-the hippest suburb of Canberra, where you’ll find the best bars, coffee shops and retail stores.
Nearby Haig Park has been revitalised and is now the perfect place to unpack a picnic and attend one of the many community events throughout the year, including the popular, Haig Park Village Farmer’s Markets every Sunday.
Its proximity to Canberra City and Northbourne Avenue makes for easy access to other suburbs and central shopping hubs. Plus, it will take you less than 10 minutes to ride your scooter to the ANU.
If getting amongst nature (before an awesome Braddon breakfast) is your thing, the famous Mt Ainslie ascent is easily accessible.
Don’t miss this great opportunity to purchase an excellent property without the hassle of finding a tenant. This unit is currently tenanted until October 2022.
.light-filled, first floor, contemporary city apartment – 56m2
.north/east facing, generously sized courtyard – 10m2
.modern, open plan kitchen with stone benchtops, dishwasher, electric cooktop
.spacious bedroom with large built in wardrobe
.functional combined bathroom and laundry
.reverse cycle heating and cooling
.secure underground carpark with storage room
.ultra convenient location, access to Light Rail, walk to vibrant Braddon cafes, easy access to City, Australian National University and Dickson
.quiet, leafy street just minutes walk to Braddon
.living area: 56m2 + 10m2 balcony
.rental income $465 per week – fixed term until October 2022
.rates: $1,716 per annum (approx)
.land tax: $2,240 per annum (approx)
.body corp $1,155 per quarter (approx)
7/43 Ipima Street