In a leafy, treetop position, this top-floor, two-bedroom apartment is showered in natural light, offering old-school spaciousness enhanced by northerly alfresco enjoyment. Wrapped in solid-brick comfort within a modernised complex of only eight, the home delivers outstanding convenience and lifestyle appeal, just a few footsteps from Kew Recreation Centre and Reserve, city-bound trams, and the delightful eateries, cafes and shopping at vibrant Kew Junction.
With plenty of space to unwind after a busy day or to relax with friends, the home's copious lounge room delivers a laidback ambience, spilling onto a wide balcony, the perfect setting for an evening glass of wine. An updated gas kitchen is stylishly spread with timber-look flooring, entertaining guests with ample space for casual meals.
Each bedroom is generously sized, each with floor-to-ceiling built-in robes, sharing a spacious bathroom with separate bath and shower, plus laundry facilities and an independent powder room. Finished with undercover parking on title, the home provides a thrilling start in this prestigious inner-city locale.
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