3408/488 Swanston Street
Carlton

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This brilliant FRESHLY PAINTED two bedroom home in the perfect location delivers floor-to-ceiling windows allowing for great natural light. A spacious living and meals zone is well-served by a sleek kitchen with appliances including fridge and gas cooktop . The spacious master bedroom has built-in robes. Also included are central bathroom, heating/cooling, lift access to level 4 and a concierge on ground floor. Residents will enjoy resort-style facilities including swimming pool, gymnasium and lounge area.

The ultimate CBD location, being right on the door step of The University of Melbourne, you will enjoy every convenience of modern city living. With trams at your door step, A fantastic choice of shops, eateries and entertainment, the historic Queen Victoria Market just moments away and a short stroll to Melbourne Central, and RMIT this is a location that has it all.

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2 bed | 1 bath
$270 per week

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$1,173

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2 bed | 1 bath
$270 per week

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$1,173

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Carlton

Carlton is a colourful and lively suburb just 2km north of Melbourne’s CBD. Well known for its ‘Little Italy’ Lygon Street precinct, heritage buildings and leafy parks, Carlton is one of Melbourne’s most liveable suburbs. Home to a diverse population of over 13,000 residents, Carlton is characterised by medium-to-high density housing - with a mix of Victorian terrace homes, apartments and student accommodation. Many of Carlton's residents are local and international students who attend the nearby University of Melbourne and RMIT University. Originally developed in the 1850s, Carlton is home to some of Melbourne’s most historically significant buildings including the Royal Exhibition Building, set amongst the 26-hectare Carlton Gardens. A popular picnic and barbeque area, Carlton Gardens is now also home to the contemporary Melbourne Museum. The birthplace of Melbourne ‘café culture’, Lygon Street has also evolved to be an exciting restaurant and shopping district, with an Italian style piazza in its midst.