For Sale Guide $1,900,000
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Property Description

A north-east-facing jewel, this 3-bedroom apartment offers inner-east living at its finest. Located on the top floor of “Ashdown”, built in the deco “P&O style” by architect Aaron Bolot in 1938, this radiant home on Elizabeth Bay Loop has a transcendent grace. Elegantly renovated, the stunning highlight is a huge elevated terrace that does indeed give a ship-like ambience. The living/dining area offers a sunlit space, with floating wooden floorboards and clean lines, while the east-facing master bedroom presents a rounded feature window, plus built-in robes. The 2nd is sizeable, with built-ins, while the 3rd has potential for conversion to an ensuite for the master. A well-appointed kitchen with Caesarstone benches adds to the picture and the bathroom has large bathtub and combined shower, plus internal laundry. An unforgettable residence in a tightly-held locale, this company title apartment stands ready as a charming home for a discerning owner-occupier.

* Light filled interiors
* No common walls
* Renovated with a careful, meticulous touch
* Amazing 27sqm terrace with electronic retractable shade awnings
* Extensive views, incl harbour glimpses, from living room, terrace + bedroom
* Full-length drapes in main bedroom, Roman folding blinds elsewhere
* Extensive built-in robes in hallway, plus main and 2nd bedrooms
* Rustic artisan-designed wooden breakfast bench/bar on terrace
* Looks directly onto the enchanting fig trees of Macleay Reserve
* Landmark building noted for heritage design significance
* Heritage foyer and lovely wooden hand railings
* Common garden at the rear, landscaped gardens along a wide street frontage
* Walking distance to shops and restaurant hotspots of Potts Point
* Close to transport bus and train

Council: $279.35pq
Water: Included in the levies


  • 3 bed
  • 1 bath
  • 1 Parking Spaces
  • Garage

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