Block size: 1402 m² approx.Unit / Apartment size: 97 m² approx.
Top floor Apartment with 180 degrees lake and mountain views
Positioned on the top floor of the St. Moritz apartment complex this three bedroom apartment has a central location and impressive lake views stretching to Kalkite and the mountains beyond.
This apartment has been well maintained and cared for and will be sold fully furnished. Suiting families looking for a holiday getaway and first home buyers alike this three bedroom and two bathroom unit has a generous lay out with an open plan kitchen, dining living area opening on to a balcony. The light filled living area has an electric fire place creating sought after mountain ambience. All bedrooms have built-in wardrobes and the master bedroom has an ensuite.
The updated kitchen provides lots of storage and floorboards and laundry facilities have been incorporated in the main bathroom. The property as 2 allocated undercover spaces as well a lock up storage unit, which has been converted to function as a drying room.
This unit has a holiday letting DA for 8 guests and has had great rental returns.
Features: - 180 degrees lake views. - Balcony - Three bedrooms, master has an ensuite - Bathroom with laundry facilities - Updated kitchen with lots of cupboard storage - Holiday letting DA for 8 guests - 2 allocated undercover car spots - Lock up storage space in car park
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