Apartment • 2mo
- Built-in Robes
- Split System Aircon
- Split System Heating
About this Property
Perfectly positioned within walking distance of shopping precincts, the CBD, the train station, and the beach, this unit is an urban dweller's dream. Inside, you'll find a spacious open-plan living area that seamlessly flows into the dining space and a contemporary kitchen equipped with a gas cooktop, under-bench oven, generous cupboard space, and a breakfast bar.
Sliding glass doors lead to your private, low-maintenance enclosed yard, ideal for relaxing or entertaining. Both bedrooms feature built-in robes, and the sleek bathroom offers a separate shower, bathtub, and a stylish vanity. Plus, there's a separate toilet and a laundry for added convenience.
Stay comfortable year-round with the split-system heating and cooling. Your vehicles will be secure in the double carport.
The location is unbeatable, with Frankston East Primary School, Monash University, Chisholm Tafe, Frankston Hospital, and public transport all within close reach. You're also just moments away from major freeways and stunning beaches.
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