Often sought but rarely found is the best way to describe these C type apartments in the Torbreck tower block. This one has been owned by the same family since the building was constructed in 1959.
Located on the 9th floor of the iconic Tower Block this is a rare offering. With a spacious floor plan, the open plan living area leads out onto the balcony with unobstructed CBD and Mt Coot-tha views. The kitchen has been updated with ample storage and gas cooking. Both bedrooms are generous in size and have built in robes, these both lead out onto the balconies. The bathroom has been modernised with a shower and there is also a separate laundry with storage.
• 9th floor tower block • 2 large bedrooms - 1 bathroom - 109m2 in total • 2 balconies with northern CBD and western mountain views • Reverse cycle air conditioning • Basement secure garage • Pool - intercom security and direct lift access • Onsite management • Brisbane State High catchment
Torbreck is a Brisbane Mid Century icon, being the first multi unit development of its kind in Queensland. The building recently featured on an ABC series "Streets Of Your Town" about Australian Mid Century architecture. Ideally situated just moments from West End's Boundary Street, South Bank Parklands and the Performing Arts precinct of South Brisbane. The CBD is less than 2kms away and public transport is on your doorstep.
Interest over $710,000
Features include: Air Conditioning,Built-In Wardrobes,Close to Schools,Close to Shops,Close to Transport,Garden,Secure Parking,Terrace-Balcony
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