321/253 Bridge Road, richmond
The Ark Building
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The Ark Building built by Hickory Development and designed by Fender Katsalidis Architects in superior location, with communal features such as a thirty seat theatre and gym and located in prime position for all that Richmond has to offer: Apartment 321 offers features such as: Enclosed Winter garden West Facing Miele Stainless Steel gas cook top, oven and range hood Fisher & Paykel dish draws and soft closing kitchen cabinetry Stone bench tops and splashbacks Mirror fronted built in robe to both bedrooms Sensational fully tiled bathroom with large shower, vanity and toilet European laundry Large Reverse cycle heating and cooling Video Security entrance from both entrances at Bridge Road and Hull Street Wired for pay TV Enclosed storage cage and separate secure bike storage Lift Access Gymnasium Theatre that seat thirty people with Blue Ray, Foxtel or free to air TV Located on Bridge Road with tram at the front door, supermarket, Richmond Plaza, and all Richmond has to offer at your fingertips.
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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