B107/20 Burnley Street, richmond
Stylish apartment in the heart of Richmond
Find yourself immediately captivated by this immaculately presented apartment superbly located in the heart of Richmond. With Victoria Gardens shopping centre across the road, bustling Bridge Road bars and restaurants within walking distance and ample public transport servicing the area, the lifestyle opportunities here are not to be understated. Entering through the bright foyer of the apartment, the ambience is clean, contemporary and fresh. With stylish, low-maintenance living the cornerstone of the design, this is convenient, inner-city living at its finest. The tiled kitchen is utterly functional with Miele appliances, chic marbled stone benchtops and plenty of storage space. The mirrored splashbacks are a unique design feature that similarly work to extend the space. In the same zone is the carpeted meals and living zone that seamlessly flows to a privately shaded outdoor terrace that makes entertaining an enticing prospect. The bedroom, complete with built-in robes, benefits from access to the terrace as well as a vast window that welcomes in plenty of natural light. Additional features that illustrate to the impressive efficiency and convenience of this apartment include the European style laundry, split-system heating and cooling plus the basement level car space and storage cage. Young professionals and investors alike will be impressed by the lifestyle opportunities offered at this brilliantly situated apartment.
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Recent Sales in richmondSales Data supplied by REIV
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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