$530,000

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Under Offer

218/660 Albany Highway

VICTORIA PARK WA 6100

Apartment
Bedrooms | 2
Bathrooms | 2
Parking Spaces | 2

Privately Positioned

Overlooking the Albany Highway strip, apartment #218 is perfect for those wanting to be amongst the convenience and eclectic vibe of Victoria Park whilst being sufficiently elevated and screened to retreat into your own private wonderland.

The 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom floor plan is complemented by a natural, timber and light stone colour scheme with neutral wool carpet throughout the living and bedroom areas.

Providing a clear separation between bedrooms are the cleverly situated bathrooms, making this layout a suitable choice for a small family, friends or siblings purchasing together, or investors.

The resort style bathrooms have been finished to the highest standard with storage cabinets behind mirrors, recessed shower niche, full height tiling, concealed cistern and frameless shower screens.

Discrete full height cabinetry conceals the European laundry with separate linen cupboard storage also available. For year-round comfort, reverse-cycle ducted air conditioning is provided throughout.

Two car spaces are provided in the secure basement car park accessed by the nearby lift.

Apartment size:
ARCHITECTURAL
Internal: 82 sqm
Balcony: 21 sqm

STRATA
Internal: 75 sqm
Balcony: 20 sqm
Store: 4 sqm
Car Bays: 2 (Tandem)

With so much on offer we invite you to register your interest with Celsius Property on (08) 6144 0700 today to have first chance at securing this apartment on completion.
For more information regarding Vic Quarter please visit https://vicquarter.com.au/


General Features

  • Property Type: Apartment
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Air Conditioning: true
  • Alarm System: false

Outdoor Features

  • Carports: 2

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