4/366 Church Street, richmond
Stunning Richmond Hill living with amazing outdoor space
Featuring an outstanding wraparound alfresco entertaining zone and urban garden retreat, entertaining on warm Melbourne nights will be an absolute joy for you and your family and friends. This ultra-stylish ground floor two bedroom apartment is the very best of Richmond Hill living. Striking timber floors and high concrete ceilings impress on the inside, but its the outdoor space you'll notice right away. Full windows in the relaxed living and dining zone give you views out to a leafy courtyard and deck (66 sqm approx.) which wraps all the way around the apartment. This space also features a stainless steel, BBQ, built-in seating and outdoor lighting – everything is ready for you. A vertical garden adds lush greenery as does the beautiful bamboo. The doors from the living zone slide completely open giving you a phenomenal indoor-outdoor space to enjoy all-year round. Back inside, the stylish kitchen is perfect for home cooks with chic stone, soft-closing drawers, smart storage including a pull out pantry, and stainless steel Bosch appliances are major highlights. Two bedrooms both come with BIRs, while the well-appointed bathroom enjoys a European laundry. Other features include study area with desk, ducted heating and cooling, video intercom entry, irrigation system in garden, storage cage, and a secure basement car space. You have so much at your fingertips with this amazing Richmond Hill location, with an array of Church Street and Bridge Road restaurants, cafes, and bars moments away. Youre also close to Richmond Plaza Shopping Centre, Citizens Park, MCG, trams, and Richmond Station.
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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