Positioned at the rear of the block, this bright, spacious and very quiet 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom luxury apartment is situated in a quality new complex offering comfortable, low maintenance living just minutes from shops and transport. Accommodation comprises 2 generously sized bedrooms (both with built-ins), main with ensuite bathroom, large sun drenched open plan living area, zoned/ ducted reverse cycle A/C, smart kitchen with Caesar stone bench tops and Smeg stainless steel appliances (including dishwasher), internal laundry with dryer, separate media room/study nook, large undercover balcony + much more. In addition, this lovely property offers plenty of storage area, security car space with internal direct lift access + a handy separate storage cage. Situated just a 3 minute stroll from Turramurra station & shops, Coles and bus transport, the property is seconds from Warrawee Public School, Knox and Abbotsleigh. Available from the 2nd May. Call today to arrange an inspection.
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