406/152 Sturt Street
Southbank


$460,000 - $480,000

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Pet friendly! And great for entertaining!


Guild is an architecturally designed, 6 star energy rated apartment complex located in the heart of Melbourne's arts precinct. Situated on the 4th floor this stylish and light filled apartment displays the open and functional design that defines what Guild is all about but with one exceptional difference to its neighbours - it has a huge alfresco area that has to be seen to be believed. This magnificent, multi-level blend of deck and balcony covers approximately 90sqm and incorporates tables and planter boxes into its design as well as offering superb views to the south. Accessed via sliding doors in both the living space and the bedroom it gives the apartment an incredible spaciousness as well as being completely private. A truly unique feature.

Internally the apartment offers a large bedroom with built-in robes and smartly tiled, two-way bathroom with walk-in frameless shower. The living area is generously spacious and easily integrates dining and living areas with the sleekly designed kitchen which features Bellisimo cooktop and oven, integrated Technika dishwasher, stone benchtop, glass splashback and plentiful storage cabinetry. Features include a Euro style laundry, floating timber flooring, polished concrete ceilings, excellent security with video intercom entry and key card lift access and 1 car space. Guild also offer residents communal facilities including a swimming pool, gymnasium and steam room as well as 2 private rooftop gardens with built-in bbq facilities both of which offer magnificent panoramic views taking in the city skyline, the MCG, the Botanic Gardens and Port Phillip Bay.

Ideally situated on the edge of the CBD this apartment offers the opportunity to enjoy a fabulous inner city lifestyle within easy walking distance of cafes, restaurants, trams, the Botanic Gardens and some of Melbourne's leading artistic attractions such as the Melbourne Theatre Company, the National Gallery of Victoria, the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art and the Melbourne Recital Centre.