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  • Auction
  • 5/2 Swift Street
  • Contact Agent
  • 3310418
  • Balcony, Built In Robes, Dishwasher, Floorboards, Remote Garage, Secure Parking, Split System AirCon,
Peter Leahy
Mobile: 0402 10 11 12
Direct: 03 9350 5588
Jacob Gioulekas
Mobile: 0431 368 666
Direct: 03 9350 5588
5/2 Swift Street PRESTON
Warehouse Chic With Heavenly Views Inspired living awaits with this generously proportioned three bedroom, two bathroom warehouse-style townhouse located within the shell of the former L.W. Alexander Chaff & Grain building. Boasting individual entry into a home office, featuring polished concrete floors, the multi-level layout further impresses with a stunning open plan living domain highlighted by polished hardwood floors, vast glass aspects and a series of glass doors opening onto a front and rear alfresco balcony. Immaculately presented, a light filled kitchen displays quality stainless steel electric appliances, Miele dishwasher, modern cabinetry and stone counters. There are three oversized bedrooms presenting built-in-robes. Including huge master suite featuring pristine ensuite, relaxing sitting area and seamless entry onto a private balcony where spectacular sunsets and 180 degree views will leave you breathless. Subsequent bedrooms are served by a central main bathroom with shower over bath, stone vanity and toilet, along with separate full size laundry. Additional highlights include modern split-systems, panel-heaters, under stair storage and direct access to secure undercover parking space. Steps from Plenty Road trams, with trains, vibrant High Street cafes, Preston Market and hip Thornbury restaurants nearby, it offers sensational lifestyle choices on its doorstep. While close proximity to La Trobe University and schools add appeal.   Inspection Times Saturday 20th October 11:00am - 11:30am
Wednesday 24th October 6:00pm - 6:30pm
Saturday 27th October 10:30am - 11:00am
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