"Aquila" is a fabulous development in the ideal location, providing the best of all worlds, and housing this sparkling two-bedroom apartment. Comprising of open plan meals and living area, stunning white kitchen with stone bench tops and Smeg appliances (dishwasher and gas cooking), two bedrooms both with built in robes, central bathroom and European style laundry. A generous sized terrace is whisper quiet and private, and is accessible from both bedrooms. The upscale fit out of the apartment includes features such as stone surfaces, Smeg appliances, heating and cooling for all year-round comfort, lift access and secure undercover parking. The famous Fitzroy vibe is palpable as the property is surrounded by cafes, bars, restaurants, transport and parks - including the gorgeous Edinburgh Gardens. Nelson Alexander Pty Ltd *** COVID-19 Announcement *** If you're attending an open for inspection, we request that you only attend if you are fit and healthy to do so and not under any self-isolation conditions. We request that you maintain a healthy distance from anyone attending the open for inspection, including other prospective buyers and our team members, and if requested wait outside so as to reduce the number of people in the property at any one time. Lastly, please refrain from touching items/fixtures and doors within the properties. If you would like to view something in particular, please request the agent's assistance. Thank you.
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