1601/80 Abeckett Street
Melbourne

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Sleek, stylish, and with a considered floorplan allowing for practical living, this brand new two bedroom apartment on the 16th floor prides itself on relaxed sunny living and an astonishing CBD location.

Floor-to-ceiling windows combine with quality carpet and pristine fittings to create a sun-filled and comfortable living experience. Enjoy from both the lounge and balcony, with the dining zone adjoined by a gorgeous stone kitchen with stainless steel appliances.

Private bedrooms come with BIRs and easy access to the well-appointed bathroom, while a laundry, reverse cycle cool, intercom, and access to residents lounge, business centre, pool, spa, cinema, and sky lounge are further extras.

Perfect for both owner-occupiers and investors, and close to RMIT University, University of Melbourne, Queen Victoria Market, Flagstaff Gardens, and Melbourne Central shops and train station.

Please contact Vicky Leong on 0452 486 860 to arrange an exclusive viewing.

For Sale

2 bed | 1 bath
Contact Agent
Vicky Leong 0452 486 860

property information

internal size approx -
66 sqm

external size approx -
7 sqm

strata rates -
$3,054.56 per annum approx

council rates -
$1038 per annum approx

water rates -
$577.80 per annum approx

available documents

View Floorplan

open times

Saturday 1 July 11:45am to 12:15pm

features

Built in Robes
Intercom
Balcony

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For Sale

2 bed | 1 bath
Contact Agent

property information

internal size approx -
66 sqm

external size approx -
7 sqm

strata rates -
$3,054.56 per annum approx

council rates -
$1038 per annum approx

water rates -
$577.80 per annum approx

available documents

View Floorplan

open times

Saturday 1 July 11:45am to 12:15pm

features

Built in Robes
Intercom
Balcony

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Vicky Leong 0452 486 860

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