320/74 Queens Road, melbourne
Lakeside style with water views
Showcasing enviable lakeside living in a sought-after complex, this gorgeous two bedroom, two bathroom apartment offers contemporary style and luxury amenities with views of Albert Park Lake, all just minutes from the centre of Melbourne.
Boasting a stylish kitchen and separate living and dining domain, the ultra-modern design also features plenty of natural light, a private undercover balcony ideal for alfresco dining, and the convenience of both a central bathroom and private ensuite.
Residents of the Monarc complex enjoy access to impressive communal amenities including a well-equipped gym and an extensive indoor/outdoor lounge with TV viewing facilities.
Other highlights include stone benchtops, stainless steel appliances and reverse-cycle heating/cooling, with the added convenience of a secure undercover car park, additional storage and intercom entry.
A high-quality home in an elegant contemporary setting, this stunning apartment offers immediate access to Albert Park Lake and city trams, in a brilliant position close to the Royal Botanic Gardens, Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre and St. Kilda’s Fitzroy Street.
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