Calling All First Homebuyers and Investors! Pocket the Savings with Government Bonuses and High Returns!
A perfectly presented showcase of sunlit splendour, this value-packed 1 bedroom plus full-sized study apartment will feel like home the moment you walk through the door. So close to RMIT, Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne University and CBD convenience, confident investors and market entrants will purchase with certainty. This is low-maintenance living with high-impact results!
Discover wide-reaching open-plan living and dining, a granite-topped kitchen with stainless-steel appliances including a large dishwasher, and a sheltered balcony boasting magical views of the stunning city skyline. Generously sized and mirror-robed, the light and bright bedroom is sensationally serviced by a sleek bathroom with granite detailing and a full-width mirror, while the roomy study offers storage space and the capacity to be refashioned as a second bedroom, if so desired.
Privately posted on the 7th floor of the luxury-led Bouverie Close building, the list of special features includes a concealed laundry, panel heating, and secure intercom entry. Maintaining a strong level of privacy separate from the hustle and bustle of the CBD, take advantage of a communal courtyard and rooftop BBQ entertaining areas. The apartment is further enhanced by secure car parking, a rare opportunity for this building. An inspection will impress!
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