Taking in a private, northerly aspect with direct street access onto Kennedy Street, this ground floor apartment in 'Kingston Place' is very unique and offers an incomparable lifestyle within Old Kingston. Situated on the leafy, quietness of Kennedy Street, it has a private hallway of just a few residences, the 71sqm of internal living space offer an open-plan design with a high attention to detail, including a full-size kitchen, walk-in-robe and large 45sqm sun-drenched courtyard. Just moments to Green Square, Old Kingston Shops and transport links into the CBD, this apartment will cater to professionals, couples, downsizers and investors alike, with its timeless colour palette and long-term liveability further enhancing its appeal. Undoubtedly one of Kingston's premier one bedroom apartments.
Features: 71sqm ground floor apartment with street access onto Kennedy Street 45sqm north-facing courtyard Ducted reverse-cycle heating and cooling Wide, open-plan living area Full-size kitchen with Miele appliances, stone benchtops and dishwasher Four storage cupboards Spacious bedroom with walk-in-robe and courtyard access Bathroom with European laundry Single car space with storage cage Video intercom to building Walking distance to Old Kingston Shops
General Rates: $507.83 p/q Strata Levies: $1,145.69 p/q Land Tax: $601.26 p/q EER:6
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