Light and airy with instant appeal, this top floor apartment showcases updated interiors that promise low maintenance living in supreme comfort and style. Its location epitomises lifestyle convenience, with trains, cafes and dining options just a walk away.
- Effortlessly comfortable open living zone enjoys outdoor flow - Covered balcony to relax and unwind to leafy district views - Pristine stone top kitchen includes stainless gas appliances - Three generous bedrooms are all appointed with built-in robes - Guest w/c in laundry, main bathroom with shower and bathtub - Tiled flooring, soft neutral tones throughout, gas hot water - Shares no common walls, secure complex with intercom entry - Tandem lock-up garage in basement features storage capacity - Fantastic investment in prime locale, suits couples, families - Near schools, parks and sport facilities, easy access to M5
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