Stylish, modern, water and parkland views - white goods included!
Supremely located in the sought after 'Element' development at the Kingston Foreshore, this apartment offers beautiful water and parkland views. Occupying an elevated corner position with plenty of windows the property is light and airy with an open plan kitchen, living area and winter garden. The finishes are sleek and modern making this a very chic pad.
Fabulous communal facilities include a rooftop BBQ and entertaining area, a fully integrated home cinema that may be booked online via the building portal, shared bikes and number plate recognition technology for the garage door.
Apartment features: - Stunning kitchen with Miele appliances and plenty of bench space and storage - Fully integrated fridge and freezer - High ceilings to the living area - Bamboo timber floor to hall and living, carpet to bedroom - Winter garden with stacking sliders and timber deck - Good wardrobe space - Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning
Communical facilities - rooftop BBQ and entertaining area - fully integrated home cinema - shared bikes - number plate recognition technology for the garage door - secure basement carpark, secure lift access - Available 19 December 2019 - 12 months minimum lease - Owners permission required for pets - EER = 7 stars
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Available from 19 Dec 2019
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