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Five Canberra Properties Under $750K

A snapshot of the country’s capital.

By Terry Christodoulou
Tue, Sep 21, 2021 4:46pmGrey Clock 3 min

82C Wentworth Avenue Kingston ACT

Located in Kingston comes this well-valued, house-sized apartment with 2-bedrooms 2 bathrooms, 2-car parking, and impressive outdoor spaces.

Inside the single-level design sees quality fittings and fixtures including modern kitchens with AEG appliances, private balconies, and courtyards and more.

Further, the building comes with three design schemes to choose from and is uniquely positioned in the heart of Kingston.

The listing is with McGrath North Canberra, $668,950;


2 Blamey Place, Campbell ACT

Just 19 beautifully crafted homes arranged in three separate buildings form the MICA complex.

Here, the 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom, 2-car parking apartment offers over 90sqm of living and features natural materials, organic sculptural forms and clean lines.

Inside the designer kitchen is equipped with high-quality European appliances, while generous balconies and a rooftop terrace make it easy to entertain.

Think of this as your desirable, inner-north suburb base.

The listing is with Canberry Properties, $690,000;


32 Corinna Street Phillip, ACT

This 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom, 2-car parking residence in Phillip offers rich spacious living. Just steps away from Westfield Woden and public transport, this Cox Architecture-designed building captures natural light from sunrise to sunset.

Inside, choose from two different interior schemes ‘light’ and ‘shadow’ which alters the timber details and marble benchtops and splashbacks in the kitchen and bathroom.

Extras of living with ‘the shard’ including spaces include a concierge, gym, yoga studio, wellness centre, executive lounge, wine cellar, communal lounge, piano bar, and rooftop garden with plunge pool.

Offers above $745,000;


59 Currong Street, Braddon, ACT

In this 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom apartment a private retreat awaits you. The generous central living and dining areas separate the two bedrooms, while clever positioning of the bathrooms provide a further buffer.

The entertainer’s kitchen is replete with SMEG appliances, while a generous balcony is ideal for entertaining.

The master bedroom is surrounded by light courtesy of full-height sliding doors opening to the balcony on two sides.

Nearby to ‘Dawn at Founder’s Lane’ is a host of bars, cafes, restaurants, and the cultural hub of Gorman House.

Elsewhere the residence offers 2-car parking.

Offers above $710,000;

803/45 Furzer Street, Woden, ACT

This stunning north facing 3 bedroom loft apartment is located in the Albemarle building on levels 8 and 9.

Here, the apartment boasts 3.4-metre high ceilings on the lower level and 2.7-metre ceiling in the bedrooms upstairs and arrives with 3-bedrooms and 2-bedrooms.

The apartment has been customised to include a downstairs powder room and bathtub in the main bathroom, ducted reverse cycle heating & cooling as well as a SMEG induction cooktop and pyrolytic oven.

It also arrives with secure car spaces and overlooks the gardens and pools.

Located in the middle of Woden, all conveniences are at one’s fingertips.

The listing is with Colliers International; $739,000.


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3. Abigail Ahern Masterclass

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4. Interiors Now!

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5. Home by the Sea 

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