Effortlessly attracting natural light sitting high on the 21st floor of the popular EastEnd complex, this 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment is suitable for owner-occupiers and savvy investors
Location: Tucked away in a convenient pocket of Melbourne CBD This sought-after location is the true heartbeat of Melbourne! Everyday convenience with Melbourne Central, QV shopping, Chinatown restaurants, and the financial, theatre and sporting districts all just footsteps away. Within free tram zone Walking distance to all city universities, city colleagues and schools
Features: Open-plan living and dining with striking city views Ample natural night into the living, dining and kitchen area Featuring floor to ceiling windows Streamlined, stone-topped kitchen with high-end Blanco appliances including over, gas four burner, range hood and diswasher Direct sliding-door access from the living space as well as the main bedroom to under covered full-width balcony Fully tiled bathrooms, Concealed laundry Split-system heating/cooling
Facilities Heated swimming pool, sauna and gym, secure intercom entry with on-site building supervisor
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