Top Floor, North Facing Apartment Flooded with Natural Light
Immersed in all day sun from an idyllic northern aspect, this Art Deco apartment offers premier beachside living in a tranquil yet central location.
Positioned on the top floor of only two levels, the home boasts one common wall in a boutique block of eight. Tastefully renovated, blending contemporary style and character charm, decorated ceilings and large sash windows feature throughout. A well considered floor plan creates a natural flow connecting the living space seamlessly to the bespoke eat-in kitchen. Each of the bedrooms are well-sized whilst the large hallway storage is an added bonus to the apartment.
Embracing a village lifestyle in a prized pocket only moments to Havelock Avenue, enjoy a level walk to the beach, parks and vibrant commercial hub in the heart of Coogee. In close proximity to an abundance of public transport options, connecting easily across the Eastern Suburbs, to the CBD and throughout Sydney.
- Potential to build/extend into the roof space (STCA) - Large and sun-filled master bedroom offers built-in wardrobes - Eat-in gas kitchen features custom timber table/wine rack - Well maintained bathroom provides combined shower/bathtub - Character block with shared laundry on corner of Alexander Street - Five minute level walk to the beach, coastal walkways and parklands - Minutes to ample transport and shopping, Havelock Avenue and Arden Street - Ideal as a first home or the perfect investment in a timeless location
Council Rates: $387.04 pq approx. Water Rates: $147.31 pq approx. Strata Levies: $1,200.00 pq approx.
Conjunction Agent: First Hand Property | Mitchell Farah 0466 967 826
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Features include: Close to Transport, Close to Shops, Close to Schools
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