This modern 1-bed 1-bath apartment features a good sized living and dining area flowing outdoor to a spacious balcony with lots of sunlights, modern kitchen with quality stainless steel appliances and ample storage, one bedroom with mirrored BIRs and a stylish bathroom.
Also features split heating and cooling system, floorboards, security intercom entry and much more.
Ideally located on the edge of Melbourne CBD, only minutes to Flagstaff Gardens, the bustling Errol Street shopping hub, Docklands and Queen Victoria Market.
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***Note: Due to the rapidly evolving COVID-19, all clients must register with agent prior to inspect this property. We kindly request all clients to minimise contact and proximity of the agent and all other parties in attendance:
Please follow the social distance rule imposed by the Australian government to keep 1.5 meter distance from each parties Please refrain from touching surfaces within the property where possible
We also request you refrain from attending an inspection appointment if you:
Have travelled to overseas in the last 14 days or agreed to any self-isolation conditions Tested positive, or are unwell which includes signs of but not limited to - mucus from the nose, coughing or sneezing, sore throat or high temperature Recently been in contact with someone diagnosed with Coronavirus
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