Two Bedroom in Heart of Bronte with Unbeatable Views
Offering an unbeatable view from the shared rooftop terrace and the ultimate beachside lifestyle positioned less than 500m to Bronte beach, this two bedroom is a coastal dream. Indulge yourself in this updated art deco apartment encapsulating Bronte's vibrant café culture right at the doorstep of your new home. Located within a charming and quiet block of only 10 units, boasting beautiful high ceilings full of natural light, this oversized two bedroom is one you do not want to miss.
Spacious open plan, combined living and dining area Two sizable bedrooms both with built-in wardrobes Modern kitchen with dishwasher and s/steel appliances Neat and tidy bathroom with combined bath and shower Internal laundry. Storage area on rooftop. Secure building Shared rooftop with amazing views overlooking Bronte beach Ability to utilise rooftop for events and small gatherings Nestled in a scenic position of tightly-held block of only 10 On-street parking readily available in quiet cul-de-sac Moments to Bronte Beach, cafes, parks and transport
Features include: Built-In Wardrobes,Close to Transport,Close to Shops,Close to Schools,Beach Front,Ocean Views,Carpeted
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