71/3 Alfred Square, st kilda
Mid-Century marvel with a panoramic perspective
Come prepared to be inspired…because nothing can prepare you for this view! One of around 30 apartments in an iconic mid-Century group, this rear two bedroom sub-top floor apartment is set to surprise with amazing internal space, endless Modernist appeal and a breath-taking 270° perspective – capturing views from Mt Macedon to Arthurs Seat, with the city skyline, the beach waterline and a sun-bathed northerly line of sight in between!
Built to the grand scale of the day with gas-heated living extending to a defined dining-bay and streamlined detail (including full-height doors, bespoke shelving and built-in robes), there's a pristine retro kitchen, a big bright bathroom with separate powder-room, and a parkside balcony with outlooks over Alfred Square, the Esplanade, the bay and beyond.
With contemporary comforts including intercom entry and lift access to a sleekly renovated security lobby and secure auto-gated garaging, this iconic apartment has Acland St and Fitzroy St at the door, the bay within steps and city within a 15 minute tram-ride. See the space, soak up the sun, find city living at the door and the park and bay within steps…take a panoramic perspective on this marvelous mid-Century home.
Recent Sales in st kildaSales Data supplied by REIV
|Address||Bedrooms||Price||Property Type||Sale Type|
|7/212 Inkerman St, st kilda||Apartment||Sold Before Auction|
|4/82 Hotham St, st kilda||Apartment||Sold Before Auction|
|g03/43 Balaclava Rd, st kilda||2||Apartment||Private Sale|
Suburb Profile st kilda
St Kilda East is 6 km south-east of Melbourne and is one of the more diverse neighbourhoods of the City of Port Phillip. The housing stock includes larger houses and cottages from the Victorian and Edwardian eras, with a significant stock of flats and apartments from the 1960s and 1970s. The neighbourhood is of the most densely settled in the City of Port Phillip. St Kilda East is quite a different neighbourhood from the spectacle of its adjacent neighbourhood, St Kilda. St Kilda East has only one large parkland, Alma Park, through which the railway runs. There is also a cemetery, the resting place of Alfred Deakin and Albert Jacka, VC, MC and Bar, and mayor of St Kilda (1930).More about this suburb