Brand New 180sqm Three Bedroom Apartment with Huge Courtyard
All set within Macquarie Park's best located development where you will enjoy resident-only direct access to Macquarie shopping center and the convenience of being a stone's throw from Macquarie Park Station, Macquarie University and Macquarie business park. Designed by PTW Architects and Turner Interiors. Developed by local Sydney developer JQZ.
• Experience the peace and tranquility of a range of spectacular resort-style amenities; including an indoor-outdoor pool, podium gardens and green spaces;
• Stunning apartment with spectacular, modern and open-plan layouts that have been designed to maximize light and cross-ventilation.
• Excellent levels of luxury are featured throughout, including ceasarstone island benchtops and Miele appliances.
* Adjacent to the Macquarie Shopping Centre * 4 mins walk to Macquarie University Station and bus stops * Resort-style residents facilities including 25m indoor pool, gym, sky garden * Secured parking, storage and onsite visitor parking
Please contact 0423 677 160 or 0404 135 763 for more information.
Features include: Ensuite(s),Secure parking,Air conditioning,Ensuite,Floorboards,Gym,Intercom,Built in wardrobes,Broadband internet access,Gas,Internal Laundry,Heating,Dishwasher,Secure Parking,Balcony / Deck,Swimming Pool,Garden / Courtyard,North Facing,Ground floor
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