Located within an Edwardian-era building and one of 15 apartments converted by renowned architectural firm Neometro in 2001, this is the one if you have been looking for something unique in the marketplace.
Soaring 3.6 metre ceilings with steel ceiling beams manufactured in the UK in the early 1900s reflect the history of this building. Beautiful large windows create a wonderful sense of space and light inside this attractively refurbished apartment. Another design highlight is the separation of living and dining areas, a feature much desired but rarely found in today’s new developments. Those two areas flow from the quality kitchen, equipped for entertaining with its Smeg appliances, dishwasher, and marble and stainless-steel benchtops. Easily screened off from the living section is a well-proportioned bedroom with BIRs and an adjacent bathroom + laundry. Split system heating and cooling, intercom system, and lift access are additional assets providing comfort and security for the resident.
The unsurpassed position of this apartment ensures a vibrant lifestyle. Step outside and behold the famous Hardware Lane café scene; head a short distance down the road to indulge in some retail therapy at the Emporium, Melbourne Central, and Bourke Street Mall shopping precincts.
The low-density apartment complex, its premier laneway location, and the clever design features all differentiate this apartment from so many other contenders in the current market.
An opportunity not to be missed.