10/53 Blessington Street, st kilda
Expressions of Interest by 2pm Tuesday 31 March
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Delight in the surrounds and the ambience of this refreshed, ground floor home is reflected in this brilliantly maintained block and in one of St Kilda’s most sought after locations.
This beautifully presented, one bedroom apartment features a secure entry through a courtyard garden, oversized living / dining area with double glass doors to a private balcony, separate kitchen with modern oven/cooktop, tiled splashbacks and space for a dishwasher and a bright bathroom with laundry facilities.
The huge master bedroom enjoys a view of the courtyard garden and features a large, fitted wardrobe.
This warm, charming low maintenance home also features secure intercom entry, original hardwood timber floors and a location second to none with St Kilda Botanical Gardens, St Kilda Beach, Acland Street shops, restaurants, cafes, bars and transport close by.
This fantastic apartment is perfect for the astute investor or first home buyer looking for an idyllic lifestyle.
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Suburb Profile st kilda
St Kilda East is 6 km south-east of Melbourne and is one of the more diverse neighbourhoods of the City of Port Phillip. The housing stock includes larger houses and cottages from the Victorian and Edwardian eras, with a significant stock of flats and apartments from the 1960s and 1970s. The neighbourhood is of the most densely settled in the City of Port Phillip. St Kilda East is quite a different neighbourhood from the spectacle of its adjacent neighbourhood, St Kilda. St Kilda East has only one large parkland, Alma Park, through which the railway runs. There is also a cemetery, the resting place of Alfred Deakin and Albert Jacka, VC, MC and Bar, and mayor of St Kilda (1930).More about this suburb