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301/15 Gadigal Avenue, Zetland, NSW 2017 AUS
301/15 Gadigal Avenue, Zetland, NSW 2017 AUS
301/15 Gadigal Avenue, Zetland, NSW 2017 AUS
301/15 Gadigal Avenue, Zetland, NSW 2017 AUS
301/15 Gadigal Avenue, Zetland, NSW 2017 AUS
301/15 Gadigal Avenue, Zetland, NSW 2017 AUS
301/15 Gadigal Avenue, Zetland, NSW 2017 AUS

301/15 Gadigal Avenue

301/15 Gadigal Avenue, Zetland NSW 2017 AUS

MGM MARTIN - TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT

Sold $800,000

Wall to wall glass frames an open district outlook for this innovative and sophisticated apartment that sits on the north corner of ‘Ruby Tower’ brimming with light, style and appeal.

What’s important to you
– One of the area’s newest buildings, 3rd floor, contemporary flooring
– Generously proportioned, windows on two sides stream in the light
– Sweeping open plan living and dining spills to the generous balcony
– Deluxe stone topped island gas kitchen with Miele appliances, a/c
– King-sized bedrooms, master with ensuite, both with built-in robes
– Concealed laundry, video intercom, lift access, storage cage on title

The local’s point of view
– The prime setting of Ruby Tower has you just steps to all the action
– Stroll to Victoria Park’s meeting place, dog friendly Joynton Park
– Next door is East Village and Zetland’s delectable ‘eat street’
– The almost completed world-class aquatic centre is close by
-It’s an easy walk to multiple bus services and Green Square station
– Connectivity is key being moments to the airport and arterial roads

Features

Property Features
  • Apartment
  • 2 bed
  • 2 bath
Property ID 1P9274
Property Type Apartment
Land Size
Inspection Times
As Advertised or by Appointment

Surrounding Suburb Profiles

Zetland

Zetland

Zetland was named for Thomas Dundas, 2nd Earl of Zetland, who was a friend of Governor Sir Hercules Robinson. Zetland is an archaic spelling of Shetland. Zetland originally featured a lagoon and swamp which was drained in the early 1900s to create the Victoria Park...

Beaconsfield

Beaconsfield

The suburb was named after Benjamin Disraeli, Lord Beaconsfield, a British prime minister during the reign of Queen Victoria. The area was part of the suburb of Alexandria and was officially gazetted on 10 June 1977.