Located in the popular Prince building in Kingston Foreshore, this brilliant apartment is basically in AS NEW condition. The entire living area and kitchen has beautiful natural oak timber flooring throughout. All sliding doors and large picture windows are double glazed and the property looks over the lush residents garden.
The kitchen features black granite benchtop, feature pendant light and ILVE appliances from Italy. There is plenty of cupboard and shelf space.
Bedrooms are segregated on either side of the apartment. The master bedroom has a terrific walk through wardrobe to an oversized ensuite whilst the second bedroom opens onto the protected balcony via sliding doors and boasts generous wardrobing. A very handy feature of the living area is the built-in study nook- perfect for working at home. Features: • Double glazing to ALL windows • 2.7m high ceilings • Reverse cycle ducted air conditioning • Stone benchtops in the kitchen • ILVE 600mm induction cooktop, oven and rangehood • Secure basement and lift access • Two car spaces side by side and lockable storage • Available Now • Owners permission required for pets
Call Lee-Anne on 0447 539 643 or email@example.com to book your virtual or personal inspection.
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