‘The Grace’ building showcases luxury and seamless flow between rooms with an abundance of storage and space and stunning park views rare in this locality. Finishes such as oak floorboards, Caesarstone benchtops and the use of floor to ceiling windows to the oversized balcony fill the apartment with light and sophistication. Close to local transport, shops, parks, schools and cafes this newly built property is ideally located and an opportunity that should not be missed.
+ Caesarstone benchtops with gas cooking + BIR to both bedrooms and ensuite to main + Hornsby North catchment + Gas bayonets for outdoor BBQ + Ducted air-conditioning + Video intercom with lift access + Under building secure parking and generous lock-up storage cage + Broadband internet access, NBN ready + 84m to bus stop + 700m to Asquith Station + 650m to Coles Asquith + 1.3km to Hornsby North Public School + 2.6km to Hornsby CBD + Unfurnished + Pets not allowed + Available 18th February 2020
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