Boutique Style With Dramatic Cityscape Views *INSPECTIONS AVAILABLE BY APPOINTMENT*
Art Deco elegance and contemporary style unite in this boutique apartment to create a home of enduring charm that's perfect for the active urbanite in a central eastern suburbs location. On the doorstep of beautiful Cooper Park, the two bedroom apartment is set to the quiet rear of the block affording sweeping views over the park to the iconic city skyline from the master sunroom that create a dazzling backdrop by night. One of 12 in a classic 1930s security block, the two-bedroom apartment is within easy reach of Westfield's retail hub and Bondi's celebrated surf and cafe culture and 400m to Bellevue Road village cafes and eateries.
• Quiet rear setting, NW corner of a classic Art Deco block • 2 double bedrooms plus a sunroom ideal as a study/nursery • Leafy outlook, views to the city and tip of the Harbour Bridge • Designer gas kitchen with Carrara marble mosaic tile finishes • High ceilings, picture rails, fresh white walls, sash windows • Fresh contemporary bathroom and Euro laundry, plus common laundry • Sunny common garden with tranquil views over Cooper Park • Mins to the attractions of Double Bay village and Bondi Beach
- INSPECTIONS AVAILABLE BY APPOINTMENT WITH ONE HOURS NOTICE - FACETIME VIEWINGS AVAILABLE
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