3/26 Elamang Avenue, Kirribilli

Apartment

$500 pw

Price

1

Beds

1

Bath

Nestled privately at the back of a boutique block of five, this gracious Art Deco apartment captures the epitome of city-fringe living in an exclusive Kirribilli pocket. Peppered with ornate heritage charm, it boasts a comfortable light filled layout with beautifully presented interiors and scope to personalise. Suited to single working professionals and couples, this delightful property offers endless lifestyle appeal and is just a walk to Kirribilli Wharf, Milsons Point station and popular Milson Park.

- Elegant dedicated living room is set beneath exquisite decorative ceilings
- Neat functional kitchen provides gas cooking and an integrated meals area
- King sized bedroom has built-in robes
- Well kept bathroom includes a bath
- Hallway storage, polished floorboards, leadlight windows and picture rails
- Peaceful second floor position in an impeccably maintained security block
- Short stroll to city buses, Kirribilli wharf, Milsons Point station and Kirribilli village

This property is available for viewing by either attending the scheduled open homes or by private viewing should this be your preference. All necessary measures have been put in place to adhere to the recent Government regulation and to protect the health and safety of all parties. For more information please contact the listing agent.

In the interest of protecting our tenants against leaking of any personal data, please only pay your holding deposit to our agency upon receiving approval from DiJONES Real Estate. You will then receive a remittance, in the form of a trust account receipt, from DiJONES to confirm receipt of your deposit.

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$2,000
12 months
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