Located in the heart of the rapidly growing Braddon retail precinct, this two-bedroom penthouse offers a truly special opportunity.
An architectural masterpiece, Palko is a true flagship of Braddon's transformation - an aesthetically breathtaking building that undeniably offers a new level of unsurpassed luxury. New York-inspired, this boutique development is home to only 47 apartments, all designed to create a unique high-quality living environment.
Spread over two levels and comprising of 133m2 (approx.) of internal living, Unit 521 showcases a functional design, ensuring spacious family living is achieved with ease. Upon entrance, the stark quality of the apartment is clear. Hardwood timber floors and stairs and feature polished concrete walls are just some of the design features which contribute to the luxury of this penthouse. The lower level has a flowing design which maximises space. The well-equipped kitchen with SMEG appliances and stone benchtops leads to the separate dining and living areas which seamlessly connect to one of three private terraces, the perfect place for alfresco dining. Originally a three-bedroom design, the plan was adapted to create more living space, meaning incredibly generous living and dining areas are offered.
The upper level accommodates two expansive bedrooms, both with built-in-robes. The two main bathrooms, adjacent to each room, essentially create two master suites and are Marc Newson designed with luxury bathroom fittings and tapware. Private terraces lead off each bedroom, ensuring residents have their own private space to enjoy the views.
Additional features include double glazing throughout, 2.7m ceilings to living areas, detailed and customised joinery and high levels of cross flow ventilation and natural light.
With high-end designer inclusions throughout and a clever design, this apartment is a unique offering and not one to be missed. The city is just 400m away, and with the retail, dining and entertainment options of Braddon, everything you need is at your doorstep. This penthouse presents an exceptional lifestyle choice and will exceed your expectations.
- SMEG appliances - Induction cooktop - Integrated refrigerator and dishwasher - Stone benchtops - Hard wood timber floors - Feature polished concrete walls - Double glazing - 2.7m ceilings to living areas - Detailed and customised timber joinery - Boutique development - On site retail, cafes and restaurants - Views to Mount Ainslie and Telstra Tower - Privacy screening - European laundry - Audio visual intercom security system - NBN connected - Instantaneous gas hot water - Heat exchange systems - Two secure carparks side by side - Fully enclosed basement storage enclosure
EER: 5 stars Internal Size: 133m2 (approx.) Rental Appraisal: $800 - $890 per week (approx.) Rates: $2,233.21 per annum (approx.) Land Tax: $2,734.04 per annum (approx.) Body Corporate: $4,634.64 per annum (approx.)
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