Unique loft style apartment in Art Deco conversion
Positioned within a conversion of a classic Art Deco building, this superb apartment exudes appeal with its unique charm and loft style dual level floor plan. Large windows frame the city views which incorporate the harbour bridge. It boasts solid double brick and high ceilings and has exceptionally well-presented interiors that are ready to enjoy. Move in or hold as a quality investment. It's just steps to the bus, Crows Nest and the new light rail.
- Well maintained Art Deco block with intercom entry and lift access - High ceilings, good natural light, living room with large windows - Very neat and tidy kitchen with gas cooktop and Smeg appliances - Circular staircase leads up to the spacious loft style master suite - Views of the city, harbour bridge and Barangaroo - Communal rooftop terrace with city views perfect for entertaining - Modern ensuite, robes, laundry, secure car space and lockable storage - Total Strata Area 48sqm, Internal 35sqm, Parking 13sqm
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