Apartment • 3w
About this Property
This generously sized and secure one-bedroom apartment features a generous work space study area, which leads out to an impressive balcony that's perfect for entertaining.
The apartment is luxuriously finished with beautiful timber floors.
It has a State-of-the-art kitchen with quality Gaggenau appliances, gas hot plates, stone benchtops, Dishwasher, Microwave and an abundance of storage space.
The spacious bedroom has mirrored built in wardrobes
The roomy bathroom has a rain shower head and the apartment is fitted with Daikin reverse cycle heating and air-conditioning. There is a modern Fisher Paykel washer/dryer that comes with the property.
Inside this clean security building is a dedicated secure underground car-space with remote access and a spacious storage cage.
Stroll moments to Toorak Road and Chapel Street. With trams, trains and restaurants at your doorstep. Walk to supermarkets and convenience stores, and is also close to the Melbourne CBD, Yarra River, MCG, Botanical Gardens and all Melbourne has to offer
Fully Furnished includes a: Fisher & Paykel Washer/Dryer, Queen Size Bed with new Linen, Wide screen Television, a Desk and Office Chair to work from. A Lounge Lovers couch that extends out to one King Size Bed or can be separated into two King Single Guest Beds. A Modern glass Dining Table with Lounge Lover Chairs. Outside has a large quality outdoor table and chair setting for entertaining. Cooking and living appliances and utensils are also included.
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