Spacious Contemporary Apartment - FOR SALE $799,000
Positioned just 20 minutes from the City Centre and 5 minutes to Eastern Suburbs beaches, The Peninsula offers an affordable opportunity for quality apartment living. Conveniently located right on City transport, Heffron Park just 3 minutes' walk, the convenience of the Matraville town centre and all of the Peninsula shops at your doorstep. Sydney Airport, University of New South Wales, Prince of Wales Hospital, all within 10 minutes.
This modern and stylish apartment features include:
Two spacious double bedrooms, with built-ins Designer gas kitchen with Smeg appliances Spacious lounge and dining area Entertainers balcony and private courtyard offering a bright and sunny aspect. Sleek modern bathroom and en-suite Internal Laundry Air-conditioning Secure car space Security building with video intercom and lift access A common rooftop entertainer terrace with spectacular views. Onsite building manager and common courtyard and gardens
The Peninsula has changed the landscape of the Matraville town centre with Woolworths and a brand new retail village attached to spacious contemporary apartments.
This is a fantastic opportunity to live or invest in a quality apartment in a convenient sought after location.
FOR SALE: $799,000
Approx. Outgoings Water Rates: $153.56 per quarter Council Rates: $381.85 per quarter Strata Levies: $1,212.64 per quarter
View: By Appointment Only
Contact: Darrin Agius 0400 687 387
Features include: Air conditioning,Built in wardrobes,Secure Parking,Balcony / Deck
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