Situated on the north east corner of the 3rd floor, this wonderful apartment is light filled and generously proportioned.
The large open plan living area incorporates a full sized kitchen with stone bench tops and stainless steel appliances and flows onto 30 square meters of covered balcony; offering a variety of entertaining options.
A master bedroom with walk in robe and ensuite and second bedroom with built in robe and large storage cupboard (or study nook) complete the picture of convenient living.
Master bedroom with walk in robe and ensuite
Second bedroom with built in robe
Internal storage room or study nook
Open plan living with an abundance of windows
Kitchen with stone bench tops and stainless steel appliances
Quality carpets, curtains and blinds throughout
Floor to ceiling tiling in bathrooms
2 secure car spaces plus lock up storage
30m2 covered balcony
Split system heating and cooling to living area and master bedroom
Finished to a high standard which has withstood its age impeccably and located in close proximity to shopping centres, restaurants, public transport and other amenities such as hospitals, pools, gyms and universities; this one wont last long!
Other details (approximate): Year built: 2011 EER: 6.0 Body Corporate: $864.13 per quarter Rates: $346.00 per quarter Land tax (if rented): $370.53 per quarter Potential rental income: $480.00 per week
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