15/26 Wellington Street, st kilda
St Kilda Vibe
If you love the St Kilda lifestyle then you will love this gorgeous two-bedroom apartment in the heart of Melbourne’s trendiest suburb.
Sitting quietly on the top floor of a modern block, the floor plan flows gently from the entry hall, through the private living/meals area, to the sleek kitchen with pantry, modern appliances, integrated dishwasher and sunny, entertainer’s balcony.
The spacious master bedroom is fitted with mirrored built-in robes and the second bedroom conveniently doubles as a study. The central bathroom sparkles and is complete with laundry facilities.
Features include split system air conditioning, heating, security, intercom entrances at two points, underground parking space and bicycle rack.
A short stroll takes you to the famous Fitzroy Street restaurants and cafes, Acland Street eateries, St Kilda Beach, Albert Park and all forms of public transport including light rail and Windsor Train Station.
This is truly a gem for the savvy investor or first home buyer or 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