A private entry, sunny north aspect and tranquil treescape outlook deliver an inviting house-like feel in this boutique Art Deco apartment. Bathed in natural light, the recently renovated apartment's streamlined designer interiors are a perfect complement to the leafy outlook while its elevated setting at the beachside end of the street is within easy reach of Bondi's surf culture and Rose Bay harbour. One of only six in a secure block with elegant Spanish Mission influences, the one-bedroom apartment is perfect for the professional couple or investor with easy access to Westfield Bondi Junction and the city.
• Boutique style and easy living in an exclusive Bellevue Hill setting • Sunlit living with dark timber floorboards and fresh white walls • Double French doors open to a north facing loggia-style balcony • King sized bedroom with built-ins, high ornate ceilings, picture rails • Minimalist designer bathroom, underfloor heating, stone vanity • Sleek European appointed gas kitchen, Miele-appointed laundry • Well kept block of 6 apartments, secure entry, superb walkability • Walk down Curlewis St to Bondi Beach, 800m to Seven Ways cafes
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