This perfect, one-bedroom apartment would suit first home buyers, downsizers investors or those wanting to be in the heart of Kingston’s’ social offerings.
As you enter your new home you are welcomed by a spacious hallway and practical study nook, one of many features in this well-designed home.
The spacious interior with neutral décor is ready to decorate with your own personal flair, the block out curtains in the living and roller blinds in the bedroom creates warmth.
The practical, modern kitchen is equipped with a gas cooktop, dishwasher and ample storage space. the bathroom is generously sized with a euro laundry and full-sized bath and shower combination.
Floor to ceiling doors fill the living area with light and open to the large outdoor balcony, which is perfect for entertaining. The trees surrounding the balcony create both a beautiful, tranquil outlook or privacy for you and your guests during peaceful morning coffees (or yoga!), meals or afternoon drinks to cool off during the upcoming summer.
Leave the car at home as you will be within walking distance to the Kingston Foreshore for all your culinary, social and lifestyle needs. Dine out in style, enjoy a walk around the lake or revel in the convenience of the many services on offer in the sought-after Kingston/foreshore area.
Features - Open plan living - Large balcony - Block out curtains and roller blinds - Gas cooking - European laundry - Large built in robe - Study nook - Single secure car space - Month to month tenancy at $430.00 per week - Close proximity to Kingston Foreshore
Living Size: 67m2 Balcony Size: 14m2 Body Corporate: $1,249.64 per quarter Construction: 2004
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