Perfectly positioned in Kingston’s ever-popular “Manor” development, is an outstanding opportunity to own an apartment that delivers on both location and privacy. An apartment with all the characteristics ideal for both the owner occupier or savvy investor who is seeking a sound addition to their portfolio.
This first floor apartment features a practical floor plan with two well-proportioned bedrooms, segregated lounge and dining rooms, a large kitchen with updated appliances and a balcony off the living area. Split-system heating and cooling together with double brick construction provides all year round comfort.
Arguably in one of the prettiest streets in Kingston, this north facing apartment is ideally positioned halfway between old Kingston and the buzzing Kingston foreshore. Only a short stroll to the lake, public transport and Parliamentary triangle plus easy access to the airport, this is a lifestyle choice to be considered.
• Superb first home, suitable for owner occupier or the astute investor • Functional kitchen with updated European appliances and ample storage space • Two good sized bedrooms both with built in robes • Bathroom with shower over bath and European laundry within and a separate toilet • Double brick in construction plus reverse cycle air conditioning unit in living area • Single carport directly out the front of apartment • Internal size 72m2 (approx.) plus balcony 6m2 (approx.) • Recently rented full furnished for $515.00 per week • Well maintained development and proximal to Green Square, Kingston Shops, Kingston Foreshore and Fyshwick Markets
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