In the epicentre of Prahran, this edgy Love and Lewis warehouse style apartment is designed over two stylish levels with a groovy Manhattan vibe. Set in an historic landmark building overlooking Chapel Street with a discreet entrance via Wattle Street and lift access to the second floor, the apartment provides exceptional space, natural light, comfort and flexibility. Curved walls, polished floorboards, tall ceilings and huge windows add exciting visual impact. Two ground-floor bedrooms, the main with built-in robes, are served by a sleek bathroom with a deep Japanese style bath. A staircase rises to the top-floor which divides into two distinct wings. A living room features huge windows fronting Chapel Street with elevated views towards Armadale; while a dining zone adjoins a marble and glass kitchen with Blanco appliances including a dishwasher and cupboard laundry. In the heart of the action, the apartment is surrounded by diverse dining choices, cafes, shops, Prahran Market, Melbourne's best fashion, nightlife and transport to the CBD. *PHOTO ID REQUIRED FOR ACCESS*
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