Over two levels of the admired 'Azure' complex, this expansive three-bedroom penthouse apartment is flooded with natural light and offers an unparalleled lifestyle to the discerning buyer. The prime location of Azure within the Kingston Foreshore precinct offers a convenient and splendid lifestyle.
An open, galley style kitchen showcases stone benchtops and stainless-steel Miele appliances, featuring an integrated refrigerator. The well-equipped kitchen overlooks the generous living and dining areas which open up to the extensive outdoor terrace, accessed by cafe-style folding doors. Enjoy your outdoor entertaining protected by a remote-controlled pergola.
All three bedrooms are located on the second floor, the master having an impressive walk-in robe whilst the other two bedrooms have built-in wardrobes. A secluded terrace off the main bedroom also provides a private spot to enjoy the outdoors.
The exposed concrete floors and the skylights invite a sense of comfort and warmth.
There is substantial storage throughout the apartment augmented by the storage room in the secure basement
Currently leased at $860 per week until July 2020
Features Double glazing Floor-to-ceiling windows Guest powder room Generous study nook Separate laundry. Two side by side car parks in secure basement Storage cage in secure basement Walking distance to the Foreshore's excellent cafes, bars and restaurants Massive outdoor entertaining area with remote-controlled shaded pergola over outdoor cooking area
General EER 3 stars Body Corporate: $1,617 per quarter Rates: $2,960 per annum Land Tax: $4,440 per annum (if applicable)
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