55/422 Cardigan Street, carlton
Size leaves a lasting impression
The sheer size of this elevated apartment instantly commands attention, then there’s the retro appeal of its 1970’s originality and abundance of natural light that shine through the extra-large windows boasting an attractive outlook of the lively Carlton precinct. Offering endless entertainment nearby, with the IMAX Melbourne Museum and Cinema Nova, with renowned eateries including DOC Pizza Bar, Brunetti’s and Market Lane at nearby Faraday and Lygon Street, not to mention the popular Carlton Gardens heading to the fringe of the CBD.
Add a modern touch or enjoy the well preserved 70s flare, the interior to this well designed apartment includes a spacious master with timber built in robes, an impressive carpeted open plan meals and living area, adjoining an immaculate 70’s style kitchen. Highlighted by ample storage and counter space with glass overhead cabinetry and well-equipped appliances as well as a magnificent balcony ideal for entertaining. Added appeal factors to this unique residence include a separate laundry, separate bathroom with bathtub and a car space on title.
First home buyers or investors don’t miss out on securing this fabulous piece of real-estate with Lygon Street Shopping Village, Melbourne Uni, local eateries and the CBD metres away in cosmopolitan Carlton!
Recent Sales in carltonSales Data supplied by REIV
|Address||Bedrooms||Price||Property Type||Sale Type|
|805/123 Pelham St, carlton||2||Apartment||Auction Sale|
|38/422-432 Cardigan St, carlton||1||Studio Apartment||Sold Before Auction|
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 results is home to large numbers of student. 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