1403/280 Spencer Street, melbourne
Affordable and modern apartment in the ‘Mondriane’
Offering wonderful living space, luxurious modern detail, and a stunning Spencer Street location close to the best of Melbourne, this 1 bedroom apartment is affordable CBD living in the exclusive ‘Mondriane’ residential complex.
For anyone who has dreamed of living the exciting city lifestyle, this generous residence is for you. Embrace the sizeable living/meals zone with stylish timber floors and superb open feel, marble kitchen complete with quality stainless steel Smeg appliances, west-facing balcony which also has views to the north and south, bedroom with built-in robe, immaculate bathroom also with marble detail and laundry, split system heat/cool, secure intercom, and a secure car space.
Love being so close to Flagstaff Gardens, Docklands attractions including Marvel Stadium, Spencer Outlet Centre, Coles and Asian supermarkets, Queen Victoria Market, sensational city restaurants, cafes, and shops, free trams, and Southern Cross Station.
We donate a portion of our fee from every property transaction to the Woodards Foundation to support people experiencing homelessness, family violence and social isolation.
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