208/129 Fitzroy Street, st kilda
St Kilda Style
This original, one-bedroom apartment is on the second floor of the iconic George Hotel in the heart of Melbourne’s own playground – St Kilda. This amazing, classic building is a true landmark and boasts both glamour and period detail. The grand lobby offers secure lift access, magnificent styling and the beautiful, European influenced, Bistro Voliere.
Enter the apartment and be greeted by the high ceilings, decorative cornices and light fittings, an open plan kitchen and a comfortable living/dining.
The bedroom is set to the side with an open feel and built in robes. A modern bathroom includes laundry facilities and above is an open loft for storage.
Here you are in the heart of St Kilda with the some of Melbourne’s best restaurants, bars and hotels. At your door you have the light-rail and trams, but best of all, you are a five minute stroll to the beach, St Kilda Market, Catani Gardens, St Kilda Sea Baths and Albert Park Lake. And a message from the owner of Bistro Voliere – residents are entitled to a permanent 10 per cent discount on all food and beverage. Wow - only in St Kilda!
This is an exciting opportunity to live in a great, city apartment, in vibrant St Kilda, or make a very smart investment.
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Recent Sales in st kildaSales Data supplied by REIV
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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