Located in easily one of Melbourne's coolest locations, is this enormous 64 sqm apartment in an 1880's heritage block of only 24 apartments.
The apartment offers a wide usable study area, perfect for working from home, secondary sitting space or a foldout bed. The living room has timber floors under foot and feels like home, with floor to ceiling windows, access to balcony and reverse cycle air-conditioning.
The bedroom is oversized with built in robes and plenty of room, the kitchen and bathroom are clean, crisp and modern without any need or hassle to renovate.
Overlooking the beautiful cobblestoned Oliver Lane and only steps to all the hippest spots in Melbourne, the location, size and quality of this apartment is ready for those seeking the ultimate in inner-city lifestyle living.
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