Situated in the iconic "Blue Dome" complex, this townhouse has been tastefully upgraded throughout and offers a delightful ambience to the lucky new occupant. With a soaring central void and large windows that frame the leafy outdoor streetscape, you'll find this home the perfect reatreat from the hustle and bustle of city life. All that Kingston has to offer is right at your doorstep, including Kingston shops and such modern landmarks like the Bus Depot Markets, the Glass Works, the Kingston Foreshore just a short stroll away.
- Two spacious bedrooms with built ins - Iconic blue dome - Great storage - Updated bathroom and ensuite - Updated kitchen - Freshly painted in a lovely neutral palette - Leafy cul-de-sac locale - Living size: 105.9 sqm - North facing lounge and sundrenched balcony
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