With a large balcony overlooking the central garden, this spacious apartment with quality fixtures and fittings throughout presents an exceptional opportunity for first homebuyers and astute investors to enter the increasingly popular inner-north. The apartment comprises a large bedroom with BIRs, open plan living and meals area with well-appointed kitchen that opens onto the balcony, well designed bathroom, Euro laundry, double glazed windows, heating and air-conditioning, secure intercom entry, basement OSP and with direct access to Smith Street. The communal areas of the development feature several gardens with covered BBQ areas, two rooftop terraces and a library lounge. Enjoying an enviable lifestyle in the heart of bustling Smith Street shopping district and nearby Gertrude and Brunswick Street, you'll find no shortage of popular cafes, bars, fine dining, artisanal boutiques, trams and side-street treasures the area is known for.
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