1801/20 Rakaia Way
Docklands

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This spacious three bedroom apartment situated high up on level 18 of the sought after Arkley building offers stunning outdoor living in both scale and style. Brilliantly situated on the Docklands waterfront - only moments from a great range of restaurants, Southern Cross station and Melbourne's CBD.

A warm and generous open plan living and dining area is well served by a chef's gourmet kitchen boasting stone benches, stainless steel appliances with ample cupboard and storage space. Sleek flooring flows throughout this stunning sub-penthouse designed to capture panoramic water and city views. A main bedroom with designer built in robe and sleek en-suite enjoys its own private balcony with city vistas. Two further double bedrooms, each with built-in robes, share a fully-tiled bathroom.

AMENITIES
The Arkley complex offers residents access to a swimming pool, spa, golf practice net, and gym.

LOCATION
In the NewQuay precinct near The District Docklands which features Hoyts Cinemas, 8 Street hawker food outlets, Woolworths supermarket, Dan Murphy’s, and the ‘Market Lane’ fresh food precinct with butchers, delis, bakeries, and coffee roasters, waterside restaurants, Capital City Trail, harbourside restaurants, upcoming Docklands Primary School and kindergarten, Marvel Stadium, nearby trams including the free City Circle line, Southern Cross Station, and the airport Skybus. The Victoria Harbour precinct is also close by and easily accessed by foot.

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Lease

3 bed | 2 bath | 2 car
$800 per week

Bond

$4,800

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Built in Robes
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Ensuite
Gym
Intercom
Spa
Balcony
Deck
Pool (In Ground)
Secure Parking
Split System (Heating)
Split System (Air Con)

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Lease

3 bed | 2 bath | 2 car
$800 per week

Bond

$4,800

Available

Now

property information

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media

Video Tour

features

built in robes
dishwasher
ensuite
gym
intercom
spa
balcony
deck
pool (in ground)
secure parking
split system (heating)
split system (air con)

Arkley

The Arkley was the first residential apartment complex constructed in Docklands’ lively NewQuay precinct. Developed by MAB Corporation and designed by award winning architects Fender Katsalidis and SJB Architects, the Arkley was envisioned as a strong architectural expression to define the NewQuay Promenade.

Completed in 2002, the Arkley comprises 176 apartments over 21 levels. Designed to capitalise on its waterfront locale, Arkley apartments enjoy spectacular views across Victoria Harbour to Melbourne’s city skyline.

Arkley residents enjoy access to a gymnasium, golf practice net and a magnificent rooftop pool, spa and entertaining area.

Named after notable Australian artist Howard Arkley, the Arkley is also part of Melbourne’s vibrant contemporary art scene with one of Docklands’ most-loved public artworks, the sculpture ‘Silence’ by Adrian Mauriks positioned at the Promenade entrance. Flanking the north façade is the mural ‘Outside Inside Out’ by Matthew McCarthy. A typographical tribute to the building’s namesake, this work was recognised by the Australian Graphic Design Association in its 2006 National Biennial Awards for Creative Excellence.

Docklands

Docklands was designed to connect Melbourne’s CBD to the waterfront of Victoria Harbour, converting a disused harbour frontage into a sophisticated waterfront suburb of a world class standard. From the original development at NewQuay of residential apartments, restaurants and a marina, Docklands has grown as a waterfront precinct to offer an exciting mix of city living, shopping, business, parks, entertainment, dining, sporting events, community events, arts and culture. Consisting of 200 hectares of land and water, Docklands is now home to the national headquarters for many major businesses including the National Australia Bank, ANZ, Myer, AXA, Bendigo Bank, Medibank Private and the Bureau of Meteorology. Only 60 percent complete, it's estimated that by around 2031 Docklands will be home to over 22,000 residents and 50,000 workers.