1607/80 Abeckett Street, melbourne
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Perched up high on the 16th floor of this spectacular, high-end apartment building and positioned in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD, this stylish two bedroom apartment is a must inspect for all savvy investors and professional couples.
Immaculately presented throughout, the sleek kitchen includes stainless-steel appliances and dishwasher. Both bedrooms are impressive in size and come complete with built in robes with the master bedroom boasting stunning views. This ultra-modern apartment offers open-plan living, sliding door access out to the terrific covered balcony, stylish bathroom, heating/cooling, internal storage and video intercom security.
Its bright and expansive proportions are complemented by first class resident amenities which include 24/7 concierge, swimming pool, business centre, communal BBQ area and the rooftop sky lounge and terrace on the 53rd floor boasting extraordinary panoramic views of the city skyline.
Stunning access to all that Melbourne has to offer directly on your doorstep. The location is truly unbeatable, close to RMIT University and University of Melbourne, Queen Victoria Market, QV Melbourne, State Library of Victoria, Flagstaff Gardens, city restaurants and bars, free trams, and Melbourne Central 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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Melbourne has the highest number of businesses and residents in a small area in the municipality. The CBD is Melbourne's business and financial centre, home to retail, financial, legal, administrative, recreational, tourist and entertainment facilities, serving residents, workers and visitors. The CBD's population is one of the fastest growing small areas in Australia. Federation Square is Melbourne's major public square, hosting arts and cultural events, broadcasting major sporting events on a giant screen and is home to the Melbourne Visitor Centre, the Ian Potter Centre and the Australian Centre for the Moving Image. The area also features the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kings Domain (which contains Government House), Queen Victoria Gardens and Alexandra Gardens. The area includes Olympic Park and Melbourne Park, facilities that host a variety of sporting and entertainment events such as the Australian Open Tennis Championships.More about this suburb