403/183 Bridge Road, Richmond.
An Urban Oasis With Views To Inspire
Be mesmerised by the glorious northern views from the super smart surroundings of this chic one bedroom apartment, perfectly peaceful and private, yet with every lifestyle advantage available from your doorstep. On the fourth level of the boutique Richmond Place building, clever design has created an generous one bedroom proportion, whilst sleek and stylish with an industrial edge, also provides the comfort and convenience of great storage, excellent security and secure off-street parking. Inside, the apartment packs a punch with exposed concrete ceilings, track lighting and perforated metal details that sit in perfect context with its urban location. The north-facing open plan kitchen, living and dining zone features floor-to-ceiling sliding glass to a full length balcony with fabulous northern views and room to sit and soak up the scenery. The kitchen has everything you could want or need with a Fisher & Paykel Single DishDrawer Dishwasher, Bosch stainless steel gas cooktop and Bosch electric oven. Thoughtful storage, a breakfast bar and stone benchtops add form and function to the space. Built-in robes feature in the double bedroom, while the bathroom is a luxe space to freshen up. Well appointed, there’s also a European laundry, timber flooring, carpeted bedroom, split system heating and air conditioning and handy storage locker. As for the location, you can dive into the action from your doorstep being located amidst Bridge Road’s bounty of restaurants, cafes, pubs and retail stores. A tram stop outside the building will have you in the city or MCG in minutes, so to a train from nearby West Richmond Station. When it comes time to relax, you can walk or bike to the nearby Yarra River or peaceful Citizens Park.
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Get to know the area.
An industrial past, a multicultural feel and a sleek new urban scene make Richmond a true study in contrasts. While gentrification has been underway for quite some time, this inner-city suburb certainly hasn’t lost its vibrant charm. Chic bars, brunch spots and restaurants sit side by side with old-school pubs and music venues, making for one of Melbourne’s most eclectic neighbourhoods.
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