We don't blame you for not wanting to share.
Some things are best enjoyed solo. Meditation. Reading. Family size bags of Maltesers. Apartment life. You get the gist. If you're single and happy to mingle – or happier not mingling, for that matter – this sweet abode will satisfy your need for alone time while also giving you enough space to live comfortably. As with all apartments, storage is a factor in said comfort, and here it's sorted for you. Built-in robes, good-sized kitchen cabinets, and a nifty hidden laundry? All excellent. The storeroom for even more stashing of stuff? Even better, especially if you've got sports gear. Or a ridiculously large book collection (no judgement). Or a Costco membership (still no judgement. Saving money on Maltesers is just sensible). When visitors come by, you get to show off the lovely balcony space and enjoy playing host, which is easy when you've got a quality kitchen. And quality mates, of course. Because you know that living alone doesn't mean you're lonely. It just means you're discerning about who you spend your time with. And now you can be discerning with where you spend it, too.
Location-wise, you're on Beaufort Street! This is where life happens. The Monday Night Markets are in full swing and you'll find fun and fabulous fare here. If you're not feeling like getting amongst it, take yourself on dates to local restaurants instead. There's no shortage of options but you can't go wrong with Chakra (500m) or Cecchi's (500m). Cafes and bakeries are a thing here too, so it's important to sample all of them so you can choose your favourite. Trust us, it's a scientific approach. Start with Finlay & Sons, which is conveniently only 20m away, and don't forget to sample the hashbrown benny while you're there. Then work through the rest methodically, being sure to note down the best spots for cinny scrolls, croissants, and cakes of all kinds. Whether you tackle this mission solo or with a crew is up to you.
Ready to centre yourself?
Hit Natalie up now (call or email). Or rock up to the home open.
Buyers from the Mid $300,000's are encouraged to come and inspect the property with all offers presented as received on or before the campaign end date of 5:00pm Wednesday the 15th of November 2023 (IF NOT SOLD PRIOR). The seller reserves the right to accept an offer prior to the campaign end date.
Lot Size: 79sqm (Internal: 53sqm, Balcony: 8sqm, Carbay: 14sqm, Store: 4sqm)
Build Year: Circa 2007
Council Rates: $1,576.81 per annum approximately
Water Rates: $1,089.20 per annum approximately
Strata Levies: $712.90 per quarter ($670.02 Admin Fund + $42.88 Reserve Fund)
- Built in Robes
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