1306/89 Gladstone Street South Melbourne

$450.00 Per Week

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SHORT OR LONG TERM LEASE !

Lovely views of the Melbourne City skyline from the generous balcony, leading out from the spacious open plan living area. European Oak floors and split system heating and cooling ensure the ultimate in luxury and comfort.
Master bedroom with 3 x built in robes and full ensuite bathroom, 2nd bedroom also with built in robes is complemented by the main central bathroom with European laundry. Gourmet kitchen with island bench, stainless steel gas cooking, dishwasher, stone benchtops and glass splashbacks is ideal for inner city living.
Also features:
Basement car space (not a stacker)
Storage cage
Bicycle storage in the basement
Intercom system
Security swipe access throughout
Double glazed windows
Block out blinds
North facing 11 sqm balcony
NBN and Foxtel available
Rooftop spa, BBQ, cinema and lounge area
6 star energy rating

Ideally located within a short distance to the Montague St West Gate Freeway access, 96 and 109 light rail routes, multiple bus routes, South Melbourne Market, Bay St shopping precinct, Crown Casino, Port Melbourne beach and Docklands.
Please email Dita Saban at ditas@dixonkestles.com.au or call 9690 3488.

*** IMPORTANT NOTE***

Dixon Kestles is taking measures to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all clients and staff in line with official public health advice:

- If you are feeling unwell, please do not attend any private inspection appointments
- Social distancing must be practiced when attending any property with our staff
- A facemask must be worn at all times when attending a property

Property Features

  • Bond : $2250
  • Open Spaces
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Property ID: 3391802

Dita Saban

Dita Saban

Location map for 1306/89 Gladstone Street South Melbourne

Contact Office

Dixon Kestles & Co Pty Ltd

161 Park Street

SOUTH MELBOURNE 3205

T 03 9690 3488

F 03 9699 4581

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