2004/53 Wilson Street, Botany, NSW 2019

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Expansive & Light-Filled 119sqm Garden Apartment

Enter Via Mahroot Street, Botany!

Uniquely developed by Frasers Property, this apartment and has a natural and calming colour palette and is located in the Tailors Walk Development.

Simplicity meets elegance, this apartment provides an extraordinary lifestyle offering of contemporary style, space and quality. Set back from the street with level entry and lift access to parking, this one bedroom is ideal for people downsizing or couples who want space with the beautiful entertaining courtyard. With a direct link to Botany Village, its within easy reach of local favourites like De Luca Cafe and One Drop Brewing Co and not to mention close to Maroubra and Little Bay Beaches

• Beautifully appointed and finished to superior standards

• Sleek kitchen w/ stone benchtops & European gas appliances

• Effortless flow to sunlit entertainment courtyard & BBQ area

• Reverse cycle air-conditioning, high shadow ceilings

• Corner setting, only one common wall

• Well-proportioned bedroom features built-ins

• Large modern bathroom, concealed laundry

• Secure undercover parking, separate storage room

• Pet friendly address, intercom security

• Leafy 3,000 sqm neighbourhood park

• Stroll to Botany Village and transport

• 10km to the CBD, 3.5km to the airport

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Property Info:
  • Property ID: L4164061
  • Property Type: Apartment
  • Building / Floor Area: 119 sqm
  • Garages: 1
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Number of sales 62
Average Price $1,571,424
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