This 2 bedroom abode is only minutes from the CBD. A short distance away from Flemington Bridge Station, Royal Park or a short tram ride to Melbourne's food, fashion, cultural/dining aspects and everything the CBD has to offer. Even closer are numerous bike paths with access to the Capital City Trail, Melb Uni/RMIT, Royal Park/Melbourne Zoo, Kensington's shopping/dining strip and Brunswick St nearby. Close proximity are The Royal Women's and The Royal Children's Hospital with access to major arterials/freeways making access to Melbourne and surrounds a breeze. Featuring: - Open plan living/dining - Natural light throughout - Beautifully appointed kitchen with stainless steel appliances, concealed area for fridge, gas cooking and full dishwasher - Stone benchtops - Luxurious bathroom and ensuite - Balcony with views - Heating & cooling - Laundry facilities - Secure car space *Origin Energy for Gas Hot Water connection Covid-19 Update: We ask that you on the day of inspection: - Maintain a healthy social distance of at least 1.5m or more from other attendees & our staff - Present valid photo identification and your contact number to our agent/s - You may be asked to wait outside the property, lobbies/hallways, to meet social distancing guidelines - Please refrain from touching surfaces where possible Thank you for your patience and support during this time.
Features include: Air Conditioning,Built-In Wardrobes
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