Situated on the 14th floor of the luxurious Milano Apartments complex, excites guests upon entering the stunning marble entry foyer complete with a central water fountain to cement the feeling of grandeur this building offers.
The luxurious highlights continue throughout apartment 1407A with a large open-plan living area which stretches from the well-appointed kitchen, featuring quality Smeg appliances and stone benchtops, through to the sizeable balcony which boasts stunning views over Melbournes CBD.
With two light-filled bedrooms each offering built-in robes and two beautifully finished bathrooms, one which is connected to the master bedroom and featuring a shower-over-bath this home provides plenty of space for all. And with floor-to-ceiling windows in the bedrooms and living space, an abundance of natural light is allowed to flow throughout the apartment.
The amenities at the Milano complex are second-to-none, offering not only pool, spa, sauna, gym and BBQ facilities but also a full-sized tennis court and 21-seat cinema room available to be booked for you to enjoy without ever leaving the building.
Enjoy life in the city with local retail hotspots such as Melbourne Central, QV and Emporium, you also have Queen Victoria Market just a stone's throw away offering daily fresh food and the many public transport and lifestyle locations on offer in Melbournes
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