Superbly positioned on the corner of La Trobe and Russell Streets atop a classic art deco building, this amazing apartment is simply breathtaking from the moment you enter.
With a "never to be built out" vista to the State Library and historic buildings occupied by RMIT, your view is unparalleled. It shows you don't need to be 50 storeys up to get that big city vibe and with the benefit of also being in the treetops, you get the best of both worlds. Quite simply, you will be knocking back your friends to come over for the NYE fireworks.....
Walk to Lygon Street, Carlton in a matter of minutes for a bowl of the best pasta in town and the convenience of the QV shops and supermarket just down the road. Quite simply, live a life of convenience.
Offering a private escape from the hustle and bustle of the city below, the apartment offers 3 double bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a separate study alcove, and a great open plan lounge/dining with high ceilings and loads of natural light to ALL rooms.
Further, the apartment features 2 secure "side-by-side" car spaces, extra storage, reverse cycle air-conditioning, timber floors, full security access, pool, gym, and full-time concierge.
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