At the forefront of contemporary architecture, this sensational boutique residence's state of the art design, intelligent floor-plan and generous proportions provide an idyllic low maintenance executive lifestyle with a sophisticated sense of style.
Natural light streams through the expansive open plan living and dining room featuring Oak floors and a striking premium kitchen boasting Miele appliances and stone benches opening to a large covered balcony ideal for entertaining and enjoying city and sunset views. A generous, light-filled main bedroom with lavish en-suite and robe is accompanied by two additional spacious bedrooms with robes, a study, private courtyard and designer bathroom.
Perfectly situated walking distance to Kew Junction's vast array of restaurants and shops, trams to the city, Alexandra gardens and a range of schools, it is impressively appointed with a lift, double glazing, plantation shutters, powder-room, laundry and internally accessed double garage.
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