2401/380 Little Lonsdale Street Melbourne
Located in the legal district of the CBD next to the heritage listed Former Royal Melbourne Mint, it is a truly prestigious address that allows you to enjoy peace and quiet whilst being only moments away from all the city has to offer.
The sleek and stylish kitchen is equipped with stainless steel appliances and an abundance of storage space. The open plan living and dining area is a great size, with split system air conditioning and heating that will ensure your comfort no matter the season and full length windows that flood the apartment with natural light and not to mention the garden views that provide the perfect backdrop for an evening in. The sheer sized balcony is the envy of other apartments; it is from here you can enjoy the captivating sunset views over Flagstaff Gardens.
Both bedrooms are generously sized and benefit from perfectly positioned windows allowing you to enjoy natural light and breeze, with the master featuring private balcony access. Mirrored built in robes will easily accommodate all your wardrobe needs even if you splurge at the nearby Melbourne Central Shopping Centre. Both rooms will also enjoy the spectacular views of the city skyline that are sure to astound at night. The immaculately tiled bathroom features large vanity unit, toilet and shower finished in Caesar stone, not to mention an abundance of storage space.
Just a short walk to the Queen Victoria Market for all your fresh fruit and veggies, and Flagstaff Gardens, this open retreat has brilliant views from the undercover balcony to the north and west out to the Docklands, while the generous lounge and dining will be a relaxed retreat at the end of a long day with an adjoining stone kitchen with stainless steel appliances.
Enjoy an abundance of local CBD attractions including Melbourne Central, Melbourne's GPO, Bourke Street Mall, RMIT University, trams, and Flagstaff Station.
Built In Robes
Split System Aircon
Split System Heating
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