A refined living space with perfect placement just off Smith Street, residents will enjoy the ultimate combination of comfort and convenience.
The apartment features a bright northern orientation, with a social balcony overlooking the stunning local architecture with uninterrupted views. The kitchen and living area interact directly with an open plan setting that is further extended by the balcony via sliding doors. The kitchen's features include a generous preparation space with a stone-topped island, stainless steel oven and gas cooktop, sleek kitchen cabinetry, and a dishwasher. Each of the bedrooms has built-in robes, and share access to the main bathroom. Further features include split system air conditioning, discreet Euro-style laundry facilities, intercom access, and parking for one car.
Designed by the prominent, award-winning architects Elenberg Fraser, and nestled within the heart of the industrial Foy & Gibson precinct, the progressive Oxley building embraces Collingwood's heritage whilst simultaneously reflecting the suburb's contemporary values today. Additional to the apartment itself, residents have access to a communal rooftop terrace, BBQ area, and a solar heated plunge pool.
Prime placement just 4km from Melbourne CBD results in a very short tram ride, with a tram stop just around the corner on Smith Street. The ultimate location for the socially-inclined, prominent cafes, restaurants, shopping, and entertainment venues are all just a short walk away. This vibrant, artistic neighbourhood will not leave residents wanting for more.
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Features include: Air Conditioning, Area Views, Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Close to Shops, Pool, Intercom, Close to Schools, Carpeted
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