Low maintenance executive living at its best. Stylish one bedroom apartment that is set in a popular as-new residential complex built in 2016. Bright living / dining area opens onto a generous sized balcony with a wonderful outlook.
• Open plan living/dining with split system air con • Stylish galley-style kitchen with stone bench top and s/steel appliances inc. dishwasher • Ample cupboard space • Sleek main bathroom • Study nook to main living/dining area • Security intercom access to apartment, secure parking for one car • Complex includes gym, sauna and rooftop terrace with multiple sitting areas • Stunning city views from rooftop terrace
Fantastic inner city location, within short walking distance to Subiaco’s cafes, restaurants and bars. Moments to Subiaco train station for a quick commute to Perth CBD, Optus Stadium, Kings Park and Botanic Gardens
Outgoings (Approx.): Council Rates: $ 1892.25 per annum Water Rates: $ 1233.60 per annum Strata Levies & Reserve: $ 627.57 per quarter
For more information or to make an offer, contact Christos today!
Features include: Air conditioning,Gym,Intercom,Built in wardrobes,Dishwasher,City Views,Secure Parking,Fully fenced,Balcony / Deck,Swimming Pool
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