Efficiently designed & embraced by a tree-lined boulevard and vibrant cityscape, this spacious and ultra-stylish apartment offers a streamlined contemporary layout comprising white-on-white interior styling, plantation shutters and high ceilings. The modern design features a bright open-plan living & dining area with floor to ceiling windows that expand unto an open balcony overlooking the Elizabeth Street Boulevard. A deluxe galley kitchen showcasing flawless timber-finish cabinetry & chic tiling, glass splashbacks, stainless steel appliances and stone bench tops. The spacious bedroom features large built in robes with ample storage space & access to an immaculately presented ensuite with floor to ceiling tiles & marble finish. Other features include European laundry, reverse-cycle heating and air-conditioning unit, secure intercom entry, secure lift access & NBN network. Offering a relaxed city-lifestyle, this one-bedroom apartment is conveniently located within walking distance to some of the CBD's greatest attractions such as The Queen Victoria Market, Flagstaff Gardens, RMIT, Melbourne University, Royal Melbourne Hospital. Easy Access to public transport with trams right at your door for swift access into the heart of the CBD. This chic urban home is the perfect opportunity for astute investors or first home buyers wishing to secure a comfortable city-fringe home.
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