Block size: 1525 m² approx.Townhouse size: 173 m² approx.
'TRAIN STREET CENTRAL' - Luxury Apartments
Train Street Central is a mixed-use development centrally located on the corner of Cambridge Crescent and Train Street, Broulee NSW.
Located just a 2-hour drive from Canberra, 3.5 hours from Sydney, and Moruya airport less than 10 minutes away, the last few years have seen Broulee transform from a haven of holiday homes to a lively community enjoyed by families and retirees alike.
Boasting the best surfing beaches, island reserves and protected marine sanctuaries, as well as 3 of the regions major schools, 2 early learning centres and an expanding retirement village, it is understandable why more people are making the sea-change and putting down roots on this pristine stretch of Coast.
Stage 2 residential offers luxurious 170 square meter, two-bedroom apartments with unparalleled light-filled living, creating the ideal environment for you to thrive.
Thoughtfully planned spaces designed with quality appliances, stone benchtops and striking natural finishes. The residential units are all north facing with generous private balconies and double lock up garages with added storage. These apartments could be used for short term holiday letting, long term rental investments or as your new home.
The design of the development has been carefully considered with over a third of the land dedicated to common green space that can be enjoyed by the whole community.
Inclusions: • Bathroom – tiles full height • European appliances • Dishwasher • Gas cook top • Carpet to bedrooms • Carpet to lounge and dining • Built-in wardrobes • Tiled kitchen • Blinds • Fans in bedrooms • Reverse cycle air conditioning in living/dining space • Double car garage • Instantaneous gas hot water
Other features: • Smart car charging • Generous green space • High-Quality craftsmanship • Architectural design • Option for storage or Murphy's Bed in living room
We invite you to take advantage of this remarkable opportunity and to get on board at Train Street Central.
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