18 Wiltshire Street, richmond
The imposing tower: a gallery in the sky
With a rooftop that captures sight of the Dandenong Ranges, as well as the impressive cityscape in its entirety, this stylish multi-level dwelling poses exciting lifestyle potential in an acclaimed urban hot spot. Situated in a quiet one-way lane just behind Swan Street, it is split over three intriguing levels, with the central living hub on the top floor. Generous in size and drenched with natural light, the space comprises a kitchen with direct balcony access and spacious lounge and dining area with two additional balconies and a study nook. There’s also a central bathroom with convenient laundry facilities. Down a level, on the second floor, are three generous bedrooms (both with private balconies), a sizeable bathroom and a retreat/second lounge. The secure ground-floor acts as an entry point into the building, adorned with stunning Italian marble features, and ensures security for the upper levels. Literally seconds from a copious diversity of bars, cafes and eateries, not to mention a 4-minute walk to East Richmond Station and Barkly Gardens, and an easy commute into the CBD via car or tram, it is a savvy investment opportunity or the ideal home base for those wishing to immerse themselves in Richmond’s culture and vibrancy.
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Suburb Profile richmond
Richmond is located 3 km east of the CBD. The suburb is home to Melbourne Cricket Ground, hosting Aussie cricket, the Australian Football League and past Commonwealth games. The suburb is well served by Richmond Railway Station and various trams for transport. For shopping, Bridges Road and Swan Street have major label factory outlets, seconds stores and small boutiques. The suburb is home to a variety of food choices from cosy cafes, fine dining, traditional Vietnamese treats or pizza in a pub. The art end of Richmond are along Albert street, home to a number of art galleries. The neighbourhood has a range of open spaces including Barkly Gardens, Church Street Park, Citizens Park, Dame Nellie Melba Memorial Park and O'Connell Reserve.More about this suburb