33/11 Amherst Street, Cammeray
Lifestyle – Displaying innovative design and flawless finishes, this stunning Marchese Partners Architects’ apartment is an exceptional demonstration of contemporary living. Incorporating the finest easy care attributes and supreme convenience it is positioned on the second level, high above Stockland Cammeray Square. It provides a sophisticated and tranquil haven enjoying a leafy outlook, family-sized dimensions and an abundance of natural light. Set amid a vibrant cafe and shopping hub, this is the perfect location for those wishing for all amenities close at hand and quick access to the CBD.
Accommodation – Flowing living spaces spread across the residence promoting a true sense of space and freedom. Extremely generous in proportion, the spacious living, designer eat-in kitchen, dining, versatile second living, study or over-sized guest suite and two balconies extend in one long sweep providing separation when required via a fully retractable wall. There are three generous bedrooms, two with built-in robes, including a master with a wall of robes and chic ensuite. Further amenities includes a concealed laundry, single secure carspace and ample storage with two cages.
Features – This exclusive apartment provides a spacious home alternative enjoying security entrance, lift access and only three units per floor. Opening on both sides with discrete balconies and walls of glass, the design encourages superb cross ventilation and provides striking viewing platforms to enjoy the surrounds. Quality finishes include Caesarstone benchtops, breakfast bar, soft-close cabinetry and Bosch appliances in the kitchen, elegant marble finishes in the bathrooms, ducted air conditioning and video intercom. The sought after inner city fringe location dispels the need for the car with day to day shopping and amenities easily on hand and just metres to transport links.
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