Located in the heart of Belconnen, just minutes away from shopping centres and eateries, you’ll find the brand new Nightfall apartments offering a low-maintenance lifestyle.
With over 16 floor plans across one- and two-bedroom apartments, these ready-to-rent apartments at 2 Grazier Lane have something for everyone.
Ray White Canberra real estate agent Lisa Donnellan said what most appeals to renters about the Nightfall apartments is their location.
“The location is prime – with so many services within walking distance,” Lisa said.
It’s close to the University of Canberra, Canberra International Sports and Aquatic Centre, Lake Ginninderra College and Westfield Shopping Centre surrounding the complex.
“The precinct also has a Woolworths supermarket, as well as cafes, takeaways, a hairdresser, and lots of commercial facilities getting ready to move in.”
The precinct provides easy access to the CBD and beyond with walking and public transport networks, including bus and footpath access. It is also only a short walk to Emu Bank’s array of restaurants and Westfield Belconnen.
As you enter the apartments, the first thing you’ll notice is the clean, modern design.
“It features really classic colour schemes, which are elegant and tasteful,” she said.
“There are 16 different floor plans in the tower, ranging from one-bedroom, two-bedroom and then there is a whole floor of courtyard apartments.
All the apartments feature an open plan kitchen with stone bench tops and SMEG appliances, large dining and living areas and plenty of storage.
And, of course, you get views.
There are built-in robes offering plenty of storage space and classic-designed bathrooms.
A separate laundry is also featured, as well as reverse-cycle air conditioning.
Lisa said parking was also available in the building.
“We have apartments with no car parking, one car park and we have apartments with two car parks,” she said.
The ‘Sky Garden’ is another special feature of these apartments that can be booked out by tenants and it’s perfect for entertaining.
“The tenant facility has a full kitchen, living area and big dining area, which flows out to a really large outdoor space,” Lisa said.
“It also has garden seating and barbecue area that’s great for having five to 10 people over for dinner – and it’s equipped with bathroom facilities.”
Lisa said the variety of floor plans create options for anyone.
“The different floor plans will suit students, couples and singles,” she said.
“The courtyard apartments may also be appealing to a small family.
“There’s plenty of options and designs to find something that suits each renter.”
The next open day for the NightFall apartments is Thursday, 16 June, from 10 am to 6:30 pm.