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LUXURY, CONVENIENCE, AND STUNNING VIEWS HIGH ABOVE THE SWISSOTEL

Description

The first time offered to the market in over 20 years, a very rare opportunity to own a one of kind three bedroom apartment in the prestigious Tower Apartments, positioned high up on sub-penthouse level 34 with incredible views and light filled interiors. Views encompass the beautiful greenery of Hyde Park, St Margarets, Sydney Tower, Harbour glimpses and far reaching views to Sydney Harbour Bridge and easterly towards Bondi.
The apartment boasts an abundance of natural light, two balconies, three bedrooms, two bathrooms and valet parking for two cars.
The Tower Apartments is positioned in an enviable location that has no rival for sheer convenience. Residents may simply take an elevator downstairs to enjoy the in-house Swissotel bistro, cafe and bar, or call to arrange room service.

- Incredible, expansive far reaching North Easterly views from sub-penthouse level
- Light-filled interiors throughout high up on level 34, ducted a/c
- Main bedroom with walk-thru robe to beautiful ensuite bathroom
- Gas kitchen with plenty of bench and cupboard space, dishwasher
- Valet parking for two cars, exclusive use of two storage lockers
- Concierge, pool, spa and sundeck, library/meeting room
- Access five star hotel facilities, room service and day spa
- Ideal location in tightly-held prestigious Tower Apartments
- World class security with dedicated concierge and valet parking
- Impressive foyer and exclusive use of two external storage lockers
- Hyde Park, Pitt St Mall, QVB & St James station very close by
- The first time offered to the market in over 20 years
- Easy walk to highly regarded St Andrews private school
- World's most exclusive luxury shopping all an easy walk from your door

For further information or a time to inspect call Bryn on 0423 663 663 or bryn@sydneycoveproperty.com

All information contained herein is gathered from sources we deem to be reliable however, we cannot guarantee its accuracy and interested persons should rely on their own enquiries.