Affordable sun-washed top floor apartment

Lifestyle - Taking pride of place on the top floor of a well-kept security block, this sun-washed apartment offers a perfect market entry or a standout investment prospect. Located on a quiet street between Randwick's buzzing shopping village and the leafy tranquility of Centennial Park, it's a brief stroll to UNSW, Randwick TAFE and the Royal Randwick Racecourse assuring strong rental demand.

Accommodation - Set back from the street and north-facing at the rear of the block, it features large windows and a charming balcony maximising sunlight and encouraging refreshing cross-flow breezes. Fresh interiors feature a bright open living area, smart modern granite-topped kitchen with gas cooking and a deep breakfast bar, bright double bedroom with built-ins and a pristine tiled bathroom with a bath.

Features - Newly refreshed with new paint, carpeting and blinds, it's ready to move straight in or rent out and is well equipped with reverse cycle air conditioning for year-round comfort, plentiful built-in storage including a pull-out pantry and a share laundry (room for own machines) with adjoining drying courtyard.

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Randwick

Lifestyle
Randwick is located on the northern boundary of Randwick City and is bounded by the suburbs of Kensington to the west and Clovelly/Coogee to the east.  A large proportion of the suburb allows for medium density residential development and includes houses/semis, townhouses up to multi-storey apartment buildings. Approximately 60% of all private dwellings in Randwick are flats, units or apartments.

The North Randwick Conservation Area is significant for its Federation and inter-war housing.  A popular family location with Centennial Parklands within a short walk.

Randwick has a large commercial & shopping area (extending along Belmore Road) which also incorporates multi-storey apartments above and has a number of significant buildings which are listed by Council as heritage items and included in heritage conservation areas.

Transport
Randwick is 6km east of the CBD, and is well serviced by buses to Circular Quay & Central Station.  Bus services operate on the main roads in Randwick, with buses along Belmore Road providing a public transport interchange, with a north/south connection and Alison Road providing east/west connections. Bus services are the only form of public transport available to the suburb.

Local Amenities
Access to the East’s best beaches include Coogee, Clovelly & Maroubra.

‘The Spot’ (popular restaurant strip with the Randwick Ritz cinema complex)

Randwick has plenty of interesting ethnic eateries that reflect the diverse culture of the suburb and its neighbours.  A choice of sought-after schools can be found in this family oriented suburb.

The famous landmarks include Royal Randwick Racecourse, UNSW and Centennial Parklands.

The Randwick Hospital Complex (including the Prince of Wales Hospital & Childrens Hospital)

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