1/10 Mountain Street, south melbourne
Bright and affordable in the prized St Vincent Gardens precinct!
Stunningly placed in one of Melbourne’s most sought-after pockets just moments to the picturesque St Vincent Gardens and thriving Albert Park Village, this wonderfully renovated 2 bedroom apartment in a small block of six provides the perfect quiet and leafy base for your inner-city lifestyle.
The north-west orientation of this property bathes the open-plan living and meals zone in sunlight. The kitchen with new stove has practicality in mind and boasts a servery to the living area, meanwhile 2 generous bedrooms feature BIR storage and serene leafy views. Other property features include a smart and stylish bathroom with floor-to-ceiling tiles, laundry facilities, and undercover car space on title. Common, commercial-grade laundry facilities are also located within the car-parking area of the apartment block.
This truly is one of the city’s best locations, where you’re a short walk to the St Vincent Gardens and the thriving Albert Park Village. The South Melbourne Market is close by and has all your shopping bases covered! You’re also in the Albert Park College and Albert Park Primary school zones. MSAC, Albert Park Lake, Bay Street restaurants and shops, beach, trams and light rail are all nearby.
For further information text Mountain to 0428 296 250
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Suburb Profile south melbourne
The established neighbourhood of South Melbourne is between the south bank of the Yarra River and Port Phillip Bay, located two kilometres south of Melbourne. The housing stock dates primarily from the Victorian era with a significant stock of high rise public housing from the 1960s and 1970s. The neighbourhoods are well served by several tramlines and the St Kilda light rail line. The South Melbourne activity centre, including Clarendon Street and the South Melbourne Market, attracts local and regional visitors. Significant established business precincts offer a location for small and medium size firms close to central Melbourne. Other notable physical features include the South Melbourne Town Hall and the South Melbourne Soccer Ground.More about this suburb