|St Kilda Median PriceThe House price is 21% lower than last year.|
|Albert Park||$2,204,600 |
|St Kilda East||$1,379,600 |
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A big, bright and secure elevated beauty in a boutique block of five
3/21 Waterloo Crescent, St Kilda
Elevated in a small boutique block of five, this solidly built apartment is perfect for investors, first-time market entrants and those buyers looking to combine a beach lifestyle with the culture and nightlife of the CBD with everything at their fingertips.
Beautifully bright and breezy with a tremendous sense of space and leafy privacy throughout, the immediately impressive layout features a combined living and dining room playing centre stage, a separate kitchen equipped with stainless-steel oven, gas cooktop, dishwasher and ample cupboard space, two big bedrooms fitted with built-in robes and an extra-large bathroom offering excellent scope to update to add even more value.
The apartment also offers an undercover car space, air conditioning/heating unit and access to an on-site laundry, clotheslines and small Owners Corporation storeroom. There’s also potential to remove the wall between the kitchen and living room for those who desire open-plan spaciousness.
The quiet established location gives residents supreme connectivity to an array of amazing amenities, including the charming and pet-friendly Waterloo Park featuring BBQ facilities and kids’ play equipment a few doors down, Fitzroy, Carlisle and Acland Streets where there’s no shortage of places to shop and dine, city-bound trams, Albert Park, St Kilda Botanical Gardens, Catani Gardens and the beach.
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|Estimate $520,000 - $680,000, view property report|