Delivering an unparalleled level of style and sophistication, this designer one-bedroom apartment is located in The Pier, designed by award-winning architect Redgen Mathieson.
The apartment is characterised by its generous living space and galley-style kitchen completed with quality European appliances. The floor-to-ceiling windows allow for the apartment to be drenched in natural light and provide water views. With all the local amenities on your doorstep, this apartment really does offer it all.
The Owners' Favourite Part: The contemporary interiors and ideal location
Features include: - Light-filled open plan living that flows to the balcony - Balcony with views - Designer kitchen with induction cooktop, dish-drawer and integrated microwave - Generous bedroom with built-in storage - Bathroom with floor-to-ceiling tiling - Secure basement parking with storage cage - Neutral colour tones throughout - Ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling - Located on Kingston Foreshore, you are only moments to quality eateries and key landmarks
Particulars (all approx.); - Living Size: 57m2 - Balcony Size: 9m2 - Year Built: 2017 - EER: 6.0 - Body Corporate: $853.01pq - Rental Estimate: $510 per week
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