37/1 Gladstone Street, Newtown, NSW 2042

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Auctioned for $1,398,888 (Jul 25, 2018)

Yeah Baby, this is one cool pad

Channelling an ultra-hip retro vibe that complements perfectly the unique architecture, this stunning apartment will appeal to the style-conscious buyer who is looking for something special. It rests on the 9th floor of the award winning Newtown Silos positioned within the voluminous curves of two silos and taking in magnificent vistas both front and back.

On display is the CBD skyline in all its glory plus panoramas that sprawl across the district over Botany Bay and the mountains beyond. The residence is superbly appointed featuring dark stained oak floors that add warmth to the industrial feel. The living and dining are both substantial spilling out to a large north-east facing balcony with city views. Adjoining the living is the dramatic kitchen with an eye-catching island bench, stone benchtops and Miele appliances including a gas cooktop.

The residence offers three bedrooms including the master retreat with walk-in robe and ensuite. The main bathroom has undergone a recent transformation and sports a stylish freestanding bath. Its designer lighting adds to its retro appeal and creates further interest. Extra features include a hidden laundry, lift and security access, a building manager and security car space. Live the dream from this wonderful residence just 150m to vibrant King Street, an exciting mix of cafes, pubs and clubs, bus services, the rail and the Newtown High School of Performing Arts.

Property Info:
  • Property ID: 2357798
  • Property Type: Apartment
  • Building / Floor Area: 113 sqm
  • Carports: 1
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