A sleek modern Façade & Bespoke fit out beautifully combine offering a select few a Brand New luxurious apartment in this stunning boutique complex of only 10. Apartment 104 - $559,000 Apartment 203 - $569,000 Apartment 204 - $569,000 Nestled on the cusp of Parkville & Princes Hill Precinct Home buyers and rental investors be set to pounce on these remaining apartments. Enjoy Cosmo Sydney Rd Brunswick's restaurants & cafes, hop on the tram or train to the CBD or casually walk to Barkley Square Shopping Centre.
With every amenity at your door step they don't come much better than this!
A formal entry leads to a light filled & vast open plan living space with quality oak floors, sleek lines and full height double glazed sliders seamlessly opening to your entertainer's balcony. Stunning kitchens offer oodles of cupboard space, pristine stone work & stainless steel appliances.
Two large bedrooms with built in robes are flooded with natural light and offer plush w2w carpets. Apartments offer gleaming central bathrooms, some with ensuites, all with w2w tiling & separate euro laundries.
Choose from sunbathed North terraces or elevated Street facing terraces each with stunning views across the Brunswick Skyline!
Added extras include: High ceilings with square edging, double glazed full height windows & sliders, SS cooling/heating, video intercom entry, secure lockup car park and store room.
Note: First home buyers enjoy stamp duty savings and a $10,000.00 Government Grant!!!!
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