Located in the boutique Prince development, this sundrenched fourth floor apartment offers an unrivalled lifestyle opportunity.
Featuring three spacious bedrooms, each with access to private terraces, this apartment has been considered to celebrate functionality through an enduring design. The oversized master bedroom offers the perfect retreat, there is a walk-through robe with an abundance of storage, and a luxurious ensuite with a free-standing bath tub and floor-to-ceiling tiles. A study nook and concealed laundry, surrounded by ample storage, utilises the space in the corridor leading to the accommodation wing.
An open, galley style kitchen showcases stone benchtops and stainless-steel appliances, features that are complemented by natural oak timber flooring. The well-equipped kitchen overlooks the generous living and dining areas which are visually extended by two main outdoor terraces.
The outdoor terraces boast unparalleled 270-degree (approx.) views of the Kingston Foreshore, Red Hill, the Parliamentary Triangle and beyond, creating the perfect setting for outdoor entertaining and alfresco dining.
The blue-chip location of Prince on the Kingston Foreshore helps define the unsurpassed quality and superb design of this apartment, offering the perfect combination for those who aspire to a convenient yet luxurious lifestyle.
Currently Leased at $1,400 per week till 31 December 2019
- Natural oak timber flooring - Double glazing - Floor-to-ceiling windows - Study area - Concealed laundry - Bespoke customised kitchen - Granite benchtops - Integrated fridge and freezer - Stainless steel appliances - Brass feature lighting - Three outdoor terraces - Stunning views - Intercom for visitors - Storage area in basement - Walking distance to cafes, bars and restaurants
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