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7/119 Pitt Street Redfern, NSW 2016

Sold for $912,000 on 19 Jul 2017
  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • 1 Car
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Apartment in Redfern

Boutique apartment w/ dazzling City views & undercover parking

  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • 1 Car

An exquisite renovation has transformed this top-floor apartment into a contemporary urban retreat. Its idyllic corner position and North-facing aspect brings sundrenched interiors set against a spectacular backdrop of the City skyline. Free-flowing living/dining areas with pristine finishes provide effortless spaces for relaxing and entertaining, and the adjoining modern kitchen has scope to create a luxury haven for the gourmet. Both bedrooms are spacious and brimming with sunlight, the master boasts a balcony with charming vistas of the surrounding neighbourhood. Complete with undercover parking, it is ideal for couples or young families seeking a relaxed cosmopolitan lifestyle. Indulge in a lavish foodie scene and eclectic shopping on your doorstep, walk to Danks Street or Surry Hills.

  • 2 sunlit bedrooms, master has BIR and balcony with stunning outlook
  • Open-plan living/dining w/ North-facing balcony and city skyline views
  • Modern kitchen adjoins living areas for effortless entertaining
  • Undercover car space, private laundry downstairs
  • 81sqm topfloor apartment in boutique security block of 9
  • Corner position with only 1 common wall, sundrenched throughout
  • Designer bathroom with separate bathtub
  • Brand-new luxe carpet, pantry/linen cupboard, intercom
  • Cafes, shopping and dining on doorstep
  • 7 min walk to Redfern train station, footsteps to buses
  • 3 min walk to Woolworths and Redfern Park
  • Walk or ride to CBD via Victoria Park

Contact Ercan Ersan 0423 941 112
Astrid Joarder 0410 351 519

Parking:

1 garage space

Bedrooms:

2

Bathrooms:

1

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Redfern

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