Phillip apartment with cool urban design up for auction

Urban cool at its best, this north-facing two-bedroom house in Phillip is located in the iconic Alexander & Albemarle (A&A) complex, and truly is unlike anything else in Canberra.

Exposed brick gives off a New York vibe, while the sun-drenched living space and bedrooms offer light and warmth from generous double-glazed windows and French doors. The owners have decorated the apartment with high end appliances and upgrades including reverse cycle air conditioning, upgraded bathroom fixtures and finishes, Smeg pyrolytic oven and induction cook top.

The upscale complex features an exclusive rooftop swimming pool with incredible views, beautiful garden space and a shared barbecue area for the enjoyment of all residents.

Agent Justin Ingram says the style of this home is “industrial/converted warehouse” and is located right in the geographic heart of Canberra.

“Without a doubt, the most favorite part of this apartment is the height of the ceiling, the exposed pipes, the vents and the concrete ceiling. It creates such an industrial feel, almost like the converted warehouses of downtown Melbourne,” says Ingram.

“The A&A development is unlike any other in Canberra, as it was a refurbished building, rather than new build apartments. Even after all the other new developments are complete in three to five years , the internal design of this apartment will continue to be so unique.

“It’s also at the end of level 4, so you only share one wall with another apartment, while also having windows and doors on both sides.”

If that wasn’t enough, there’s a plethora of restaurants, cafes and Westfield Woden, right on your doorstep.

2 bedrooms | 2 bathrooms | 1 car | 1 swimming pool

  • 405/35 Furzer Street, Phillip
  • EER 6.0
  • Auction Sat, June 4
  • See On demand
  • Agent Justin Ingram
  • Crowd 0431 116 399
  • Agent Jess Kercher
  • Crowd 0475 299 055
  • MRKT property 0475 299 055

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