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1606/225 Elizabeth Street Melbourne

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Penthouse Level at an affordable price!

A valuable offering on the Top Floor of the highly regarded "Nova" building
Occupying an exclusive Elizabeth Street address this delightful 2 bedroom light-filled apartment is just right for contemporary CBD living, capturing incredible uninterrupted views across the GPO Building and city skyline.

Ideal for owner-occupiers and investors alike, it also boasts an enviable location footsteps from trams, GPO shops, award-winning restaurants and cafes.

At the heart of the apartment is a well proportioned living and dining area with floor to ceiling wiindows to take advantage of the high ceilings and natural light.

Finished in marble benchtops, the integrated kitchen offers stainless steel gas appliances, a breakfast bar, plentiful cupboard space and dual sinks.

A practical study nook and an abundance of built-in robes provide The main enjoys access to a chic two-way bathroom with a shower over a bath and marble vanity.

Features include internal laundry facilities, electric heating, downlighting, neutral tones, data points and linen storage. Past its sleek foyer with keypad entry and video intercom, the building provides lift access, a small gymnasium, a Building Manager and 24-hour video surveillance

Competitively priced and well worth an inspection.

Contact Robert Eggers to register your private appointment, as only the registered party will be able to access the property.
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Property ID: 3435165

Robert Eggers

Robert Eggers

0412 329 340

Robert Eggers

Robert Eggers

0412 329 340

Location map for 1606/225 Elizabeth Street Melbourne

Contact Office

Dingle Partners

39 Queen Street


T 03 9614 6688

F 03 9629 8811

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