9/13 Lane Street Clontarf, QLD 4019

Sold for $440,000 on 1 Sep 2016
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 2 Cars

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Apartment in Clontarf

Seaside Living and Amazing Breezes

  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 2 Cars

Enjoy all the benefits of seaside living - the breezes, the views, and the lifestyle, without the need to compromise on space in this large and modern penthouse apartment. As you walk through the entry hall and into the open planned living space, you can't help but look up and be amazed; with windows all around, the entire residence is effortlessly flooded with natural light. The high ceilings add an extra feel of space to the generously sized kitchen, with dual access to the large balcony offering just the most beautiful settingfrom entertaining many or a relaxing evening for two.

The spacious master suite enjoys exclusive use of the elevated mezzanine level, with its very own views across Bramble Bay, full ensuite bathroom and large walk in wardrobe.

Privately tucked away from the main residence is the second and third bedroom, each with its very own outlook across the bay plus built in wardrobes, also sharing a well-appointed bathroom.

This apartment offers the following features:

  • 3 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • 183sqm of space
  • Modern kitchen
  • Spacious combined living/dining
  • Large air conditioner in living room
  • Ceiling fans in all bedrooms
  • Large balcony + extra outdoor terrace
  • Hidden indoor laundry
  • Lots of indoor storage
  • Very secure and pet friendly building
  • Double lock up garage

This apartment needs to be sold, and we're on the lookout for the right buyer. If that's you, please contact Jonathan Gordon for more information this is one apartment you definitely don't want to miss.

  • Air Conditioning
  • Built-In Wardrobes
  • Close To Schools
  • Close To Shops
  • Close To Transport
  • Secure Parking

2 garage spaces







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