Apartment in central Melbourne

Apartment in central Melbourne

Catherine

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1 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
1 baths

About our home

The apartment is in the Hero building in central Melbourne, a 1940's industrial building which has been reclaimed by Fender Katsalidis Architects in the late 1990's. The apartment is on the 12th floor, with stunning unblocked views across the city skyline to the North. It is brilliantly situated with free public transport access to all of the CBD, as well as easy walks to the acclaimed Botanical gardens and the Yarra River. Within the building envelope, you will find a coffee chop, pilates studio and an Izakaya. Immediately next door is the acclaimed Embla restaurant. The apartment itself is very comfortable and can easily accommodate a couple, with or without children or friends, with the additional use of the sofa bed.

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  1. I am an Australian and I've travelled extensively through Asia and parts of Europe. I have recently relocated back to Melbourne after living in Singapore for 3 years

  2. I am a psychologist and an organisational consultant

  3. I love travelling and currently love the opportunity to visit UK and Europe. I try to collect art on my travels and I love architecture and rural settings as well.

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Central Melbourne is an amazing array of unique and hidden lanes containing bars and restaurants, street art, elegant 19th century buildings and free public transport. Get lost in the small side streets and enjoy wine and food at pavement tables like the locals. Most of all, ensure you stop for world-famous coffee at least once in the morning

Buzzy restaurants
Embla, 122 Russell Street Melbourne
Cool bars
Kirks Wine Bar, Little Bourke Street
Cozy cafés
Oli and Levi, 20 Coromandel Place
Retail therapy
Gertrude Street, Smith Street Collingwood
Bit of culture
The National Gallery of Victoria is nearby
Walks in the park
The Botanical Gardens are just across the river
Spot of exercise
Cross the river and walk/jog the popular 'Tan' track
Day tripping
take a water taxi to Williamstown

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