26/355 Rathdowne Street, carlton
Park side living with room to move!
Exuding the appeal of a heritage viewpoint with a neighbouring Church conversion and leafy vistas of Macarthur Square parklands, this generous apartment epitomises the best of inner-city living, delivering a wow-factor that is sure to impress! Its first class location offers endless entertainment with the Melbourne Museum and Cinema Nova only a block away and the convenience of being within walking distance of both the Melbourne University and Hospital precincts. Close by are renowned eateries including DOC Pizza Bar, Brunetti and Market Lane, with Carlton Gardens further up the street heading to the fringe of the CBD. The interior spaces offer a crisp and sleek assortment of design materials combined with modern luxuries. Upon entering the apartment be wowed by a stunning press metal wall feature before reaching a robed master. A red mosaic tiled bathroom with ample storage and modern vanity services the master opposite a separate laundry. The carpeted open plan meals and living area with curved wall feature makes the perfect setting for relaxed lounging. Connecting to a striking stone kitchen appointed with Blanco stainless steel appliances, dishwasher, wine rack and ample storage space. The balcony allows for great entertaining overlooking lush greenery. This spacious apartment also has the added appeal of a remote controlled underground garage and additional storage cage. Don't miss out on securing this fabulous piece of real estate with Lygon Street Shopping Village, Macarthur Square parklands, local eateries and the CBD a short stroll away.
Suburb Profile carlton
Carlton is located on the edge of the CBD and is a small mixed-use suburb in Melbourne's inner north. Carlton is dominated by its proximity to a number of universities including Melbourne University and RMIT and as a result is home to large numbers of students. Carlton is also a centre for health care with a number of hospitals located in and around the suburb. Carlton is also home to the Carlton Gardens which are home to the Melbourne Museum and Royal Exhibition Building.More about this suburb