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Ideally situated at the former Downer Primary School site, the Bradfield effortlessly blends the ease of living by the city with the desire for a relaxed suburban lifestyle. It combines established open spaces, heritage-listed trees, wide leafy streets and existing shops with new, considerate, architectural designs featuring walkways and thoroughfares that seamlessly intersect with existing streetscapes.
Embracing modern minimalism, these homes have been beautifully designed for opulence while creating a welcoming atmosphere with clean crisp lines and the warm touch of wooden finishes.
Apartment features: Ducted reverse cycle heating & cooling Double glazed windows and sliding doors Bespoke kitchen joinery with stone benchtops Externally ducted rangehoods Full height tiling to bathroom Wall hung bathroom vanities NBN - fibre to the premises Internal parking with lift access Comparatively low body corporate fees Flooring upgrades available
The revitalisation of the Downer Shops will create a vibrant hub in the centre of Downer. Already home to businesses such as the popular Gang Gang Cafe, The Village Vet and the popular yoga studio, here., no other development offers established village-like lifestyle right at its doorstep. The additional convenience of the Dickson Shopping precinct is only 800m away, providing all your weekly dining and shopping needs.
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