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For Sale

Exciting Apartment Lifestyle

This is a great opportunity to own an Apartment with the most popular layout in the prestigious Arkaba building. Panoramic harbour vistas and beautiful sunrises - which exist as a picture in motion - are amazing! - Three bedroom, two bathroom luxury apartment - Cool, cross ventilation, balcony use not conflicted by direct sun - 217m2 on title - Currently operates as short term stay accommodation generating great income - Two secure carparks on title and large storeroom Arkaba is at the hub of Darwin City's most popular attractions... Wave pool, shops, world class restaurants, Darwins Festival Park... And then everything the CBD has to offer! Whether it be for investment or a wonderful home, this is surely an exciting opportunity. Area on Title: 217m2 Body Corporate Manager: Sterling Property Management Body Corporate Fees: $1,700 per quarter Council Rates: $1,490 per annum (approx)

If you like this 3 bedroom apartment at 12/13 The Esplande, Darwin you can favourite it by hitting the heart icon at the top of the page. If you’d like to find out more information you can hit the phone or email icons to contact Paul Heron from First National - Larrakeyah.

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