12/19 State Circle Forrest, ACT 2603



Sold at: 05-02-2022


Designed by renowned architect Alex Popov and built in 2008, Capital Hill Apartments are an architectural stand out as you drive past on State Circle. Smooth, symmetrical lines enhanced by beautifully manicured gardens and lawn all add to the ambiance to make this an outstanding ideal residential setting that its residents can enjoy.

This ground floor apartment offers a light-filled and spacious open plan living area with soaring ceilings and plenty of room for an eight-seater dining table. The kitchen with Miele appliances, including a gas cooktop, electric oven, dishwasher and rangehood, has a good-sized pantry and a breakfast bar for those informal meals. From this area you can access your private courtyard with plenty of room for your potted plants.

The bedrooms are segregated from each other with the main bedroom having access to its own private courtyard. A well appointed ensuite has a shower, vanity, wall cabinet and toilet. The second bedroom has access to its own bathroom with the same features as the ensuite and a pleasant leafy outlook into the courtyard. Both bedrooms have built in robes. Not often found in apartments the laundry is a separate room with ample storage. A study nook and a storage cupboard are situated in the large entrance hall.

Other features include an easy-care floating timber floor, video intercom and ducted reverse cycle air conditioning.

Your two side-by-side allocated car spaces are in the basement car park directly across from the lift entrance, so it is only a short distance from the car to the lift. The entrance to the garage is on Melbourne Avenue.

Of course, Capital Hill Apartments are only a short distance to the restaurants and cafes of Manuka, Kingston, Barton and Deakin and the local supermarkets at Manuka and Kingston will cater for all your grocery needs. For the cycling, running, and walking enthusiasts, Lake Burley Griffin is close by. Parliament House is across the road and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade is within walking distance. Many government and private enterprise offices are in Barton, again a short distance from the apartment.

The suburb of Forrest is named after Sir John Forrest, an explorer, legislator, federalist, premier of Western Australia and one of the fathers of the Australian Constitution. Streets in Forrest are named after explorers and governors.

Apartment living is designed to embrace a community amongst its residents, a "lock up and leave" lifestyle but not compromising on living space and quality of build.


• Generously sized ground floor apartment
• Entrance hall with study nook and storage cupboard
• Stunning kitchen with Miele appliances, pantry and breakfast bar
• Light filled open plan lounge and dining room with access to courtyard
• Main bedroom with built in robe and access to courtyard
• Second bedroom with built in robe
• Two stunning bathrooms that service each bedroom
• Laundry room
• Floating timber floor to living areas
• Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning
• Video intercom
• Two side by side allocated car park spaces
• Extra large storage cage with its own power supply
• NBN connectivity – fibre to the node

Statistics: (all measures/figures are approximate)

Block 17 Section 6
Land value $11,068,000 (entire block)
Block size 8,529 sqm (entire block)
Rates $645.13 per quarter
Land tax $764.02 per quarter (if purchased as an investment property)
Body corporate levies: $2,005.76 per quarter
Living area 119 sqm
Rental appraisal: $650 - $680 per week unfurnished

Key details

  • Property Type Apartment
  • Block Size 8528 sqm
  • EER 6.0
  • Date Listed 13-01-2022