611/68 Latrobe Street Melbourne

$580,000 - $620,000

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The Perfect City Abode Close to RMIT & Melbourne University

Featuring a front corner aspect and positioned on the sixth floor of the fabulous Concept Blue apartment complex this excellent two bedroom apartment is the ideal choice for owner occupiers looking for premium secure resort style inner city living and investors seeking a high rental demand building.

Accommodation includes open plan living and dining with corner balcony and a functional kitchen area with Smeg appliances, gas cooktop, dishwasher and an island bench. Both bedrooms have built in robes plus access to a private balcony and the main having an ensuite bathroom. There is also a second bathroom, plenty of cupboard space and a concealed Euro style laundry.

Features include split system heating/cooling, secure car park and the benefit of a private storage cage on the apartment level. Additional highlights of this outstanding complex include security intercom and foyer entry, 24-hour concierge and residents can enjoy the amazing recreational facilities with swimming pool, gymnasium, sauna plus a large central garden courtyard with BBQ area.

The position is also perfect being close to universities, Fitzroy Gardens, Exhibition Centre, Queen Victoria Market, Bourke Street Mall, QV, Melbourne Central Shopping &Station, Cafes, State Library,and a passing tram right out front.

In Conjunction with Ian Reid Vendor Advocates.

Property Features

  • Balcony
  • Built In Robes
  • Dishwasher
  • Ensuite
  • Gym
  • In Ground Pool
  • Intercom
  • Split System Aircon
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Property ID: 3275769

Robert Eggers

Robert Eggers

0412 329 340

Gerard Kirk

Gerard Kirk

0401558210

Location map for 611/68 Latrobe Street Melbourne

Contact Office

Dingle Partners

39 Queen Street

MELBOURNE 3000

T 03 9614 6688

F 03 9629 8811

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