Charm meets location appeal in this bright ground floor apartment. Perfectly located to enjoy the inner north lifestyle, within walking distance to the Watson and Hackett shops, moments away from the city and the Dickson shopping centre, a stroll down to the nature reserve and loads of other amenities! This is an opportunity that doesn’t come up too often!
The home features a renovated kitchen with gas cooking with ample bench space and storage. Boasting new wooden floors that have rejuvenated the look throughout. The unit has a nice flow and opens to a generous living awash with sunlight with large windows enhancing the sense of space and light. The 2 bedrooms accommodate queen beds, and both have built in robes.
Private and quiet, this ground floor apartment will give you an entry into this beautiful suburb. Downsizers will love the convenience and is an ideal lock up and leave situation. Ground floor opportunities in this block don’t come up to often because everyone loves living here! Don’t miss your chance to view this property as it won't last long!
- Renovated kitchen - Gas cooking - Good storage - Wooden floors - Updated light fittings - Generously sized bedrooms - Built in robes - Lovely leafy outlook - Close to local shops, schools, bike paths, mount Majura nature reserve, universities and public transport.
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