Unit for Sale

506/3 Herbert Street St Leonards, NSW 2065

For Sale 650-680k Andy Yeung
  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath

Inspection details

  • Inspection:Wednesday
    18July
    1:00pm - 1:30pm
  • Inspection:Saturday
    21July
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    25July
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    28July
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  • Inspection:Wednesday
    1August
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  • Inspection:Saturday
    4August
    1:00pm - 1:30pm
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Unit for Sale in St Leonards

Contemporary sanctuary, superior convenience

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath

Positioned on the 5th floor of immaculate Forum West which is keenly sought for its stylish aesthetic, resort-like community and central locale, this beautifully designed apartment offers contemporary low-maintenance living for the discerning buyer. It comes complete with hotel-like amenities including a concierge, stunning pool and gymnasium and a setting that is primed for lifestyle. A wealth of shops and cafes, bus services and the rail are on its doorstep and it is an easy stroll to the RNSH and Gore Hill Oval. This is a stress-free, quality city fringe pad or investment opportunity.

  • Security building with luxury common areas
  • Lift access, sophisticated interior fit-out
  • Combined living and dining, viewing balcony
  • Stylish stone kitchen with SMEG appliances
  • Gas cooktop and dishwasher, hidden laundry
  • Master suite with robes and balcony access
  • Stylish contemporary bathroom, high ceilings
  • Pool, well-appointed gymnasium, concierge
  • Approx 1 min walk to St Leonards station
  • Unit size approx. 53 sqm
Bedrooms:

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Bathrooms:

1

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