'Diamond' - Luxurious North Facing Apartment in the Heart of Bondi Junction
Situated in the bustling heart of Bondi Junction, this 2-bedroom plus study apartment is located on the 4th floor within 'Diamond', a stunning cosmopolitan new development of luxury and effortless urban convenience.
Positioned away off the buzz of Oxford Street, this sanctuary-like apartment is set on a coveted corner position with a desirable North aspect, with its floor to ceiling glass windows, flowing to a spacious balcony. With open-plan living and dining areas, gourmet gas kitchen with stone benchtops, main bedroom (with ensuite and bath), second bathroom (with balcony access), main bathroom and laundry with study space. Additional features include ducted reverse-cycle air-conditioning, polished timber floorboards, built-in wardrobes (in both bedrooms) and secure parking and storage cage.
With all conveniences with easy reach, as well as proximity to Sydney CBD, Bondi Beach and Centennial Park, this ultra convenient and superb low maintenance, contemporary home is perfect for young professionals, families and downsizers. It is without comparison and should be atop of any serious buyers list.
PROPERTY FEATURES Designed by JPRA Architects with interiors by Yvette Philips Internal lift access, video intercom Spacious, light-filed living/dining areas Flexible layout with a study area, ideal for home office Designer master bedroom with built-in robes and stylish ensuite Contemporary stone bathroom, internal laundry with dryer Rooftop terrace for residents to enjoy expansive city views
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