The Ambassador apartment's offer the pinnacle of luxury apartment living.
Sited on the first floor with east north easterly aspect this spacious unit is one of the larger 2 bedroom units in the complex offering 125 sqm of living with large balcony.
Ambassador apartments offers security access through a large well maintained reception area with additional large community dining/conference complex overlooking the manicured central courtyard. There is also a building manager on site.
There is one car parking space and lock up storage in the basement
The modern kitchen with Smeg appliances, built-in fridge, microwave and dishwasher has been further enhanced by Granite bench tops and a double stainless steel sink.
The separate main bedroom has a walk-thru closet/dressing room leading to a spacious ensuite with concealed toilet and shower.
The second bedroom is close to the main bathroom with separate toilet and hand basin that can double as a powder room. The laundry has a front loading washing machine and dryer.There is also a study nook.
Ducted and zoned reverse cycle air conditioning, Cat 6 Cabling and video intercom completes the feeling of luxury.
Pets considered with landlord's written approval. Modification considered with landlord's approval.
The apartment is available from 12/06/2020 for a long lease. Please note we DO NOT ACCEPT 1FORM applications.
To view this property, contact Helen Robinson on 0438711694 or 6260 7777. Applications can be downloaded from the Dwyer Dunn website.
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