Block size: 4860 m² approx.Apartment size: 90 m² approx.On floor: 1 of 5
Waterfront Living - Breathtaking views!
An amazing waterfront two bedroom, two bathroom, two garage apartment is available for rent on the first floor of the Prince Development on the Kingston Foreshore.
The apartment offers fantastic spaces to entertain, and delight in the stunning water views, particularly at night.
Offering spacious, secure living, superb inclusions and a high quality finish, this apartment is located on the quiet side of the Foreshore, just a short stroll across the bridge to the finest restaurants, eateries and cafes on offer.
The kitchen/living areas reflect a New York style of living with stone bench tops, Ilve induction cooktop, rangehood and dishwasher.
Intercom access Foxtel enabled Clothes dryer Ducted heating/cooling Fully tiled bathroom & ensuite NBN secure underground parking and lockable storage Double glazed windows and doors Network cabling.
The Prince is a special place to live offering residents a large, peaceful central park garden, modelled on the private Gramercy Park in New York, with raised timber/concrete benches and beautifully lit gardens with direct access from your apartment.
Be the first to view this stylish place to live!
Contact Janice at firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 0412 657 586 for a viewing.
Allocated Car Spaces
Reverse Cycle Heating
Available from 29 Nov 2019
No open times scheduled. Contact Agent to arrange a viewing.
Block Size:4860 m² (approx)
Apartment Size:90 m² (approx)
Floor:1 of 5
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