Experience the unparalleled style and luxury of Chateau 20, an exceptional landmark development on one of Mont Alberts most picturesque avenues. Come home to high quality, low-maintenance living in this boutique development of only 10 residences merging outstanding architecture with lushly landscaped surrounds designed for both communal and private garden pleasure. Chateau 20 bursts to life with a stunning façade and private bluestone walkways heralding an exclusive address from which to launch your apartment experience. A cool and contemporary color palette complements this ground floor 3 bedroom residence, which is lavished with bespoke appointment and top-line stone and timber finishes. Live, relax and entertain with ease throughout a refined interior featuring discreetly elegant European kitchen, integrated living area opening to a private north facing courtyard and additional terrace, luxuriously large master suite, beautifully fitted bedrooms and concluding with the consummate convenience of heating/cooling, security/intercom, swipe card lobby entry, auto 2 car basement parking and secure storage. The old adage, the grass is always greener couldnt hold truer than on the affluent streets of Mont Albert. Just 12kms to the CBD handy to Balwyn, Box Hill and Mont Albert shopping, surrounded by trains, trams and buses, exceptional primary and secondary schools, both private and public and of course enveloped by the greenery, parklands and sporting facilities that make Mont Albert such a coveted destination, this is premier living at its best.
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