Situated on the first floor of the tightly held 'Deca' complex this spacious two bedroom ensuite apartment has a bright, light filled, open plan design with an expansive living area that flows easily through to the kitchen and dining area. Stainless steel appliances and stone bench tops add a touch of style.
The thoughtful layout has two bedrooms at either corner of the apartment; they are generously sized with both enjoying the luxury of their own en-suite. This is, in fact, is just about the perfect inner-city property - two bedrooms, ensuite, 90m2 of living space (plus balcony), high ceilings, double glazed windows, quality appliances, side by side car spaces and, of course, a location that's second to none!
You will love being only a short walk to the light rail, the temptations of Lonsdale Street, the City, Dickson and Ainslie shops but be quick - this won't be on the market for long - so come along to the next open home or call Andrew on 0403 169 259 for a private viewing.
Features: Boutique development of only 10 apartments Open plan living area Two large bedrooms with built-ins En-suite and two-way bathroom Split system air conditioning 90m2 of living plus balcony Double glazed windows throughout Two allocated secure car spaces with storage cage
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