Carefully considered design and superb finishes give this townhouse a magnificent edge. With instant street appeal and a prestige interior, this is contemporary indulgence at its best. From the moment you enter it is apparent that this property separates itself from all others on the market today. Quality and longevity are two words that come to mind, two generous storeys of living with great storage options and plenty of wardrobe space.
The first floor houses a spacious retreat, study nook for two and three generous bedrooms all with built-in robes, while the master bedroom includes an expansive dressing room and private ensuite. Thoughtful planning continues below, resulting in a luxury chefs kitchen, large walk in pantry and ample storage space throughout.
Other enticing features include: - Security cameras - Ducted heating & cooling - Undercover alfresco - Stone benchtop - Stylish matt black accents throughout - Lock up remote garage with additional off street parking
If convenience is what you are after then consider this: you will be located less than 15kms from the Melbourne CBD with instant city-bound freeway access and some of the best schools in the area right on your doorstep. Then there is the perfect positioning - imagine having Altona North's most progressive shopping hubs, 'Altona Gate' & '16 shops' literally just at the end of your street. Inspection is a must to fully appreciate all this terrific townhouse has to offer.
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