3104/1 Freshwater Place Southbank

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UNFORGETTABLE VIEWS AND MODERN STYLE AT FRESHWATER PLACE

Graced with some of the most spectacular views from any apartment in all of Melbourne, and defining what it means to live a stylish, luxurious and spacious Southbank lifestyle, this one bedroom retreat on the 31st floor of Freshwater Place will finds its way into the hearts of many.

In one of Southbank's most sought-after buildings and filled with terrific natural light, this wonderfully spacious apartment enjoys a generous living and meals zone opening out to the marvellous undercover balcony, which is the ultimate spot to enjoy the full city skyline experience as you sip a beer or wine at the end of a long day at work.

Prepare meals in the gourmet kitchen with stone breakfast bar, mirrored splashback and stainless steel Smeg appliances, while the bedroom has ample BIRs as well as its own private balcony with the same stunning city views. A study nook separates the bedroom and chic bathroom with European laundry, while other apartment extras include central heating and cooling, video intercom, secure car space & storage unit, building concierge, and access to facilities including 25m indoor pool, gym, sauna, steam room, business centre, media lounge, function room, rooftop garden, massage room and BBQ area.

Enjoy the ground level Freshwater arcade providing terrific cafes and eateries, while you're also moments to Southbank Promenade, Crown Casino, South Melbourne Market, Clarendon Street restaurants and shops, Arts Centre, National Gallery of Victoria, Federation Square, trams and Flinders Street Station.
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Property ID: 3295378

Kim Shannon

Kim Shannon

0417 324 323

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Dingle Partners

39 Queen Street

MELBOURNE 3000

T 03 9614 6688

F 03 9629 8811

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