In one of East Melbournes premier tree lined streets and within a charming boutique block is this delightful one bedroom apartment. Featuring a separate living/dining room with heating, spacious kitchen with gas cooking and an abundance of storage. A generous bedroom with a separate walk-in robe and bathroom with laundry facilities. Direct access to the communal courtyard from the kitchen and off-street parking at the rear. Located in the heart of East Melbourne, this apartment is on the doorstep of some of Melbourne's best attractions, the sporting district encompassing the MCG, Rod Laver Arena and AAMI Park to the south, Treasury Gardens to the North, the vibrant Richmond precinct to the East, and of course Melbourne CBD to the West. Representing exceptional investor value or the perfect opportunity to secure a Melbourne base.
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