Located upon one of Kingston's most leafy and pleasant streets is this outstanding first floor two bedroom apartment. This property is set apart from the others in the complex as it has three outdoor living areas on offer. Whether it be the covered front balcony where you can watch the world go by or the side Juliet style balcony of the dining area or the extra-large private courtyard that leads off from the bedrooms, the choice is yours.
The living area is functional in its design and combines both the lounge and dining area that is overlooked from the kitchen.
Both bedrooms are generous in size and as mentioned open onto the rear courtyard. Other features include security intercom access and stairwell access to the carpark. A combined but functional laundry bathroom and a separate toilet.
The real benefit of a property such as this comes with the established location being so close to the vibrant Green Square area of Kingston. If that doesn't satisfy your tastes then you can always wonder down to the Kingston Foreshore for a change.
Apartments in this complex don't become available too often so don't delay your inspection make sure that you call to one of our many open homes before auction day.
General Rates: $678 p/qtr (approx.) Land Tax: (if rented out) $942 p/qtr (approx.) Body Corporate Rates: $890 p/qtr (approx.) Living Area: 83m2, Rear Courtyard 56m2 (approx.)
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