CBD EDGE & CARLTON LIFESTYLE - BEST OF BOTH LOCATIONS
Glamorous Carlton lifestyle, irrespective of your motivations. Whether you are looking to add a savvy, high yielding investment to the portfolio, looking for a professional inner-city mid-week base or simply looking to crack into this ever-appreciating Carlton marketplace, when your set on the edge of the Melbourne CBD and with the Exhibition Gardens on your doorstep this exceptional property ticks all the boxes when it comes to a quintessential inner-city prospect.
Located on the second floor of the immaculate "Exhibition Mews". This complex provides gated secure environment and space offered by the Studio layout with high ceilings is exceptional. The property boasts a fully renovated integrated kitchen with stove top, tiled bath room, built in robes, separate dressing area and ducted heating/cooling with new floorboards. The complex also includes a well-equipped gym, sauna, laundry facilities on each level and elegant foyer.
You'll be walking distance from the Melbourne CBD, Melbourne University, RMIT, Queen Victoria Market and the vibrant cafes and restaurants of Lygon and Smith Street.
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