This top floor two bedroom unit in Camelot Terraces has great views from your private balcony and enjoys those cooling breezes. Situated between Dornoch Terrace and Loch Street
Access to the unit is by a lift or stairs if you prefer.
On entering the unit you will be greeted by the original marble tiled flooring, almost impossible to replicate today, and will be the envy of all your friends. This flooring extends throughout the lounge living area, the bathroom, kitchen, laundry and balcony. The two bedrooms are carpeted.
The lounge dining area is air-conditioned, and leads out onto the balcony which has metal louvers for privacy and opens up to fantastic panoramic views of the surrounding area. Indoor outdoor living at its absolute best.
The white two pack galley style kitchen has an electric stove and range hood over a gas fired cook top. There is stainless steel double sink, and stainless steel dishlex half drawer dishwasher.
The fully tiled bathroom with its two pack vanity unit has a shower over the small bath. The separate laundry area is also fully tiled.
Both the generous sized carpeted bedrooms have ceiling fans, and large fitted built in wardrobes. The windows have sliding wooden shutters for that all important privacy.
In addition to the above, this unit has a single lock up garage, which is accessible from Loch Street, quite a rarity in this location.
Public transport including the river ferries is easily accessible, with a bus stop right outside the door.
With the vibrant cafe scene of West End on your doorstep, and the close proximity of the South Bank Precinct, the Performing Arts Centre and the Convention Centre this will either become a home to treasure or a rock solid investment.
This property is currently vacant, and awaits your inspection.
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