Sensational space, expansive views and executive luxury
Size, light and quality are all raised to soaring new heights in this stunning, brand new 17th floor residence where spacious proportions showcase designer finishes, sun-filled living spaces and captivating panoramas in all directions. Its flowing single-level layout displays a smart contemporary style that provides a spectacular low-maintenance environment with over 190sqm in/outdoor living space and a layout that's great for entertaining. The architectural 'The Langston Epping' tower is one of the area's best buildings, and is supremely well-positioned close to the retail hub with cafes, shopping and Epping train station all within easy reach. - Crisp, fresh and open interiors with a bright triple exposure - Floor-to-ceiling windows maximise natural light and views - Wide-ranging vistas that stretch over the area to the city skyline - Three balconies offer a choice of outdoor spaces to entertain - Four double bedrooms with built-ins plus a separate study - A central island kitchen with high-end European appliances - Full main bathroom, two ensuites plus a separate large internal laundry - Ducted air-con throughout, luxury finishes and good security - Exclusive access to the pool deck, wellness hub and sky lounge - Podium-level gardens, BBQ areas and landscaped open spaces - Security basement parking plus lock-up storage and lift access
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