Stroll to Kingston’s Foreshore café’s and restaurants when you buy this ideal two-bedroom unit, situated a mere five minute walk from Kingston Village or Kingston Foreshore and only a short drive to the parliamentary triangle. This home is sure to appeal, with its spacious living areas, courtyard terrace, stainless steel Bosch kitchen appliances, double glazed windows, en suite to main bedroom, separate bathroom and dedicated laundry area, views to the picturesque street-scape, split system air conditioning/heating, intercom security and lift access to secure parking, including a single car space and dedicated storage area. Public Transport, including bus and rail, is within easy walking distance.
This is a fantastic opportunity for investors and owner-occupiers alike. EER6
Features: Contemporary open plan living 2 spacious Bedrooms with ensuite Double glazed windows & Split system air conditioning/heating Large back terrace, which allows easy access Intercom security to building Easy access to Fyshwick markets Lift access to garage with security parking for one car and storage.
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