2 good size bedrooms, with built-in wardrobes
Inviting open plan living, dining and kitchen area
Tastefully renovated kitchen with stone bench tops, splashbacks and stainless steel appliances
Renovated bathroom with large shower and quality fixtures and fittings
Quality flooring, storage space, high set ceilings, modern colour pallet and split system air conditioning
Peaceful undercover veranda with a lovely leafy outlook
Lock up garage and visitor parking
Located within the ever popular eat street of Glenbrook
Close proximity to the train station, cafes, retail, parks and the National Park
Positioned within the ever popular Glenbrook Village eat street is this well proportioned top floor apartment ideal for the home occupier wanting to be a part of the true lower mountains lifestyle or an ideal investment opportunity in such a tightly held and high demand location. Complementing the tasteful renovation of this apartment is the recent make over of the apartment building as a whole and located within such a wonderful location and yet still offering the peace, quiet and leafy ambiance that we all love about the Blue Mountains. Offering 2 good size bedrooms, a brilliant open plan living, dining and kitchen with high set ceilings adjoining the light and bright veranda overlooking the Village. The kitchen has been completely renovated with stone bench tops and splashbacks, stainless steel appliances and plenty of cupboard space, the bathroom too is completely renovated and offers loads of space. There is a brilliant storage space, quality flooring, split system air conditioning, a modern colour pallet and loads of natural sunlight throughout. Overall a brilliant opportunity to acquire good real estate in a brilliant location.
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