A delight to call your own and with room to move! Do not wait to inspect this perfectly presented inner city apartment set within pleasant surrounds with an abundance of leisure activities to choose from. These include waterfront walking paths, parklands, cycleways and open spaces. Choose an al fresco dining experience at the piazza style Village Square. Train station and shopping at your doorstep.
This superior apartment is situated in the highly favoured "Vine" security complex in the heart of Wolli Creek, built in 2011 by renowned developers Frasers and the high profile building company PBS Building. Both companies have an enviable reputation for the quality of their work. This complex is an example of this due to its history and outstanding track record.
- Internal area 65 sqm. Total area 78 sqm - One bedroom with built-in robe. Would accommodate a king-sized bed. - The generously appointed living and dining area offers convenient storage cupboards - Large balcony overlooking the Wolli Creek precinct - The contemporary kitchen features Caesarstone benchtops, Smeg appliances, a dishwasher and ample cabinetry - Ultra-modern bathroom and laundry - Timber flooring - Airconditioning plus double roller blinds for privacy and sun blockout - Large windows maximise natural light - Secure car space
Inner city living at its finest. Inspection highly recommended.
Features include: Air Conditioning, Area Views, Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Close to Shops, Pool, Intercom, Pets Allowed, Close to Schools, Car Parking - Basement
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