*** SOLD AT AUCTION *** Sunny Art Deco Apartment With Balcony & Leafy Views
A tranquil haven with character features and leafy district views, this sunny one-bedroom apartment is quietly secluded at the rear of Warrani, a classic Art Deco building positioned for ultimate convenience with Rose Bay North village shops, cafes, supermarket and Bondi Junction/city buses footsteps from the door.
In a peaceful elevated setting one floor above the building's mid-level entrance, the bright and breezy apartment includes a large living area, eat-in gas kitchen (with retro dining nook seating four people), neat bathroom (with bath/shower), hallway (with built-in storage cupboard) and double bedroom opening to a sunny NW balcony with sweeping views.
An ideal lifestyle purchase for first homebuyers and investors, the apartment is immediately comfortable with freshly schemed interiors and scope to update with personal style. One of 14 in the building set on a deep block with large back garden, the apartment presents an appealing lifestyle close to coastal walks and moments to Watsons Bay and Bondi Beach.
Property Features; Comfortable living area w high ceilings & wide windows Separate eat in gas kitchen w retro dining nook Bedroom w private sunny balcony & open leafy outlook Large neat bathroom w shower above bath Quiet elevated setting at rear of building Art Deco building w large rear common garden Footsteps to supermarket, shops, cafes & transport
Auction Tuesday 12th November, 6:00pm Level 1, 29-33 Bay Street, Double Bay Open Saturday & Wednesday 11:45am - 12:15pm or by private appointment upon request
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