201/72 Acland Street St Kilda

$900 per week

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“The Face” building on Acland Street.


This absolutely stunning two bedroom apartment is a rare example of uncompromised quality and design. Beautifully appointed throughout and boasting views through floor to ceiling windows across St Kilda's Iconic attractions to the bay.

Comprises; enter hallway walking alongside the floor to ceiling mirrors that line one side of the apartment and leading you to a picture perfect open plan living/dining seamlessly flowing out onto the balcony. A simple but elegantly furnished lounge area includes a mounted 70inch TV and split system. The sleek modern kitchen is beautifully finished with ample cupboard spaces, electric appliances, integrated fridge and dishwasher.

The Master bedroom includes WIR and a deluxe ensuite beautifully finished with floor to ceiling tiles. Second bedroom with BIR. Second bathroom, smartly concealed fully equipped laundry with built in cabinetry and sink and one secure basement car park.
Other features include; Heating & cooling, secure intercom entry, lift access, balcony overlooking The Esplanade.

Unbeatable location; moments to parklands, iconic St Kilda beach, Acland Street and Fitzroy Street cafe's, boutique shops and restaurants and public transport at your doorstep.
(Please note there are limitations with car size - Height 1.5M, Width 2.0M, Length 4.9M. Car park allocated for apartment is a car stacker)

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Property Features

  • Bond : $5400
  • Furnished
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Property ID: 3192262

Kristina Fraser-Smith

Kristina Fraser-Smith

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Contact Office

Dingle Partners

39 Queen Street


T 03 9614 6688

F 03 9629 8811

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