Near new and superbly located, you will be right in the heart of all the action of Lonsdale Street and an easy walk into the CBD. Sited on the quiet eastern side of the building, you'll capture morning sun and a lovely outlook to Mount Ainslie.
Featuring a generous main bedroom and a functional second bedroom, this light filled apartment boasts a lovely stone kitchen with stainless steel appliances, adjacent to the open plan lounge dining area opening onto the east facing balcony.
Comfort and security are assured with restricted access intercom entry, secure access basement parking, secure lift. Inspect today!
• Fourth floor with east views • Private balcony • In the heart of Lonsdale Street • As new presentation • Quality fittings and fixtures • Lift access, secure entry • Stone kitchen • Reverse cycle air conditioning • Vacant possession available • Potential rent: $480-$500 per week • Body Corporate fees: $889.27 per quarter • EER: 6.0
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