12/73 Queens Road, melbourne
Up-scale apartment with poolside living & park life!
Super spacious and so close to Albert Park Lake, this is apartment living on a rarely seen scale! Designed to catch light and lush outlooks from every main room, this up-sized two bedroom plus study, 2 bathroom apartment is built on a scale rarely seen today with a sprawling floorplan offering large lounge and dining areas wrapping a classic neutral kitchen, big bedrooms with lovely leafy outlooks, and a wide windowed balcony/study area oriented to catch the sun.
Centrally heated and cooled with security intercom entry and basement parking, this superior apartment is optioned up with a private ensuite for the master, abundant robes for both bedrooms including a walk through master dressing area and extensive built-in cabinetry.
Situated in a smaller scale resort style group with a communal rooftop garden, lagoon pool and BBQ entertaining area, this sizeable apartment even offers a big city edge lifestyle – superbly positioned opposite the wide open spaces of Albert Park Lake, the city within a direct tram or bicycle commute and Middle Park’s café society and St Kilda’s bar culture in equally easy reach.
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