Boutique lifestyle apartments with space, style and a design focus
Designed for easy living in the heart of Belmore's emerging lifestyle hub, this brand-new architectural development of full brick construction provides a quality lifestyle with perfect privacy, security and convenience.
Each apartment has been crafted to maximise space, natural light and feature clever floorplans that ensure generous in/outdoor living with form, function and stylish finishes, all constructed by a reputable builder.
Located a few footsteps to the Belmore shopping strip, it's also ideally positioned within walking distance to vibrant cafes, restaurants, sports grounds, as well as train and bus connections.
- A brand-new boutique development of only 13 apartments - A selection of spacious two and three-bedroom floorplan options - Ultra-modern design featuring high quality fittings throughout - Light and breezy open living spaces with good air crossflow - Each apartment has a private balcony or court garden - Designer stone kitchens fitted with good quality appliances - Air-conditioning, secure basement parking, separate storage and lift access to all floors
Selling off the plan
Developer to cover 50% of the purchaser's stamp duty.
Further Details: Nick Karvouniaris 0413 832836
Spiro Deligiannis 0416 006004
Features include: Air Conditioning,Built-In Wardrobes,Close to Schools,Close to Shops,Close to Transport,Secure Parking,Polished Timber Floor,Formal Lounge,Terrace-Balcony
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