"The Prince" at Kingston Foreshore offers an unrivalled waterfront position and water views.
Apartment 210 is a great floorplan with high ceilings, integrated study nook, plenty of joinery and a double width frontage which enables northern sunlight to stream into the property. It is light, airy and spacious! Ducted heating and cooling ensures year round comfort.
The full kitchen features stone benchtops, plenty of cupboards including a large pantry, induction cooktop and dishwasher.
The bedrooms are segregated. The large master bedroom enjoys a massive walk-in robe and ensuite and the second bedroom with a very large fitted out wardrobe is located away from the master bedroom, opposite the main bathroom.
The development features stone flooring to the foyers, brass lift car doors as well as a gorgeous garden for exclusive use of residents.
Apartment Features: • Timber flooring in living area • Carpet to bedrooms • Double glazing to ALL windows • 2.7m high ceilings • Reverse cycle ducted air conditioning • Stone benchtops in the kitchen • ILVE 600mm induction cooktop, electric oven • Tiled balcony with good overhead cover • Secure basement and lift access • Two car spaces (side by side) and lockable storage
Outgoings: • Strata Levies approx $1,163 per quarter • Rates approx 444 per quarter • Land Tax approx$538 per quarter • Water rates approx $167 per quarter
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