522/55 Queens Road, melbourne
Executive style and extraordinary views
With breathtaking panoramic views across Albert Park and Port Phillip Bay beyond, this stylish executive apartment within "Grosvenor on Queens" is perfectly suited for busy professionals and investors alike.
Discover high ceilings in the substantial open-plan living and dining space, leading out to a generous balcony overlooking Albert Park. Impress your friends with the sizable Caesarstone-dressed kitchen with AEG stainless appliances.
Relax in a main bedroom with mirrored built-in robes plus study nook with private balcony, a second bedroom with built-in robes, and a stylish fully-tiled bathroom.
With additional benefits including double glazing for ultra-quiet living, concealed Euro laundry, video intercom security, ducted heating and cooling and secure basement parking, Grosvenor on Queens also offers a gymnasium and pool within the complex.
The location is first-rate - situated right on Albert Park, it's only 15 minutes into the CBD and the Southbank entertainment and arts precinct. Trams on St Kilda Road are just meters away. Plus, it's just 15 minutes on the tram to St Kilda beach, cafes, bars and restaurants.
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