Fabulously filled with northern light, this designer 1 bedroom retreat sets a high standard for market entry excellence. Perfectly positioned on the third floor of the Fender Katsalidis-designed Zest apartment complex, venture downstairs and walk to Carlton Baths directly across the road, Melbourne University, Rathdowne Village cafes, city-bound trams, Cinema Nova, and Lygon Street restaurants. This is the life!
Contemporary comfort is highlighted by a streamlined kitchen with smooth stone surfaces and quality stainless-steel appliances including a Bosch dishwasher and an integrated Fisher and Paykel fridge/freezer. Always free-flowing, spacious open-plan living and dining pivots a north-facing balcony boasting leafy views over an internal garden. A mirror-robed bedroom also captures northern light, sensationally serviced by a chic and sleek bathroom with a fully tiled walk-in shower, mirrored cabinetry, and laundry capability including an LG washing machine.
Take full advantage of secure parking, video intercom entry, split-system heating and cooling, wide-board timber flooring, roller blinds, and recessed down-lighting. Be quick as this is the ideal apartment for the city professional, first home buyer or switched-on investor!
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