Exceptional Burswood Living In Boutique Apartment!
Quattro on Burswood, part of a boutique development, this two bedroom two bathroom apartment boasts a huge balcony perfect for entertaining your friends and family!
Stylish and contemporary architecture ensures a head-turning street elevation, with a stunning mix of affordable 2 bed, 2 bath designs that will allow you to live the life you have always dreamt of. This location is close to the best that Burswood has to offer. Walk to the Crown Complex, Optus Stadium, Swan River and more. Easy access to the Victoria Park Cafe strip and all it has to offer....7.4 Km's to Perth CBD and 7.7 Km's to Perth Airport.
Property features and highlights: 2 well-generously sized bedrooms with double sliding doors built in robe 2 well-appointed bathrooms Open plan kitchen to dining and family area Electric cooktop; oven and dishwasher Split System air-conditioning Integrated Laundry area with dryer Slide back the glass sliding doors to the Balcony and enjoy your meal and drinks with your friends and family High level of security with surveillance security & intercom system Storeroom is just next to your unit Security gates for car stacker and plenty of visitor parking Easy access to Great Eastern Highway
Start living the life and contact your award wining local agents Team Kenric and Vicky today!
Features include: Air conditioning,Built in wardrobes,City Views,Water Views
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