302/64 Macquarie Street,
Truly Unique and RemarkableThis exquisite 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom apartment is a freshly renovated, luxurious home located on the top floor of the renowned Ansonia Woolstore building. At 193sqm, this space adopts an open-plan living style, providing both a spacious and seamless transition from dining to living, ideal for entertaining. The home includes a split-level, elevating the two master bedrooms above the living areas, ensuring privacy and an optimal use of space. Both of these master bedrooms feature individual ensuites, with one including a walk in wardrobe. The third bedroom is located on the ground level and is incredibly spacious and completely private. Being so close to the third bathroom it almost feels like an ensuite but still serves its purpose of being the main bathroom (equipped with a bathtub!)
The top of the range kitchen with its' modern finesse and huge breakfast bar bench begins the open-plan living spaces, flowing seamlessly into the generous living area and then out onto the external balcony. The entire ground floor has original hard-wood flooring and soaring cathedral ceilings. These all make the space open, generous and encourage plenty of natural light, air and compliments. A private study is also hidden before the kitchen, opting for sliding doors to conceal and continue the flow of the plan.
Another notable feature is the North- East facing external balcony, the only external balcony existing in the entire Ansonia Woolstore. No walls run along this balcony, giving two viewing aspects and inviting the gorgeous Teneriffe- breeze to consistently flow through.
This home is truly remarkable, with so many ideal and highly sought after features it will be gone in an instant. The combination of the location, design and character is almost too good to be true. Hurry and contact Ben today to arrange a viewing.
• 3 Bed, 3 Bath
• Open-plan living spaces
• Rare external balcony facing NE
• 2km from the CBD
• Cathedral ceilings
• Original hard-wood floors
• Ansonia Woolstore building