Elegant & cosy, a sunny, quiet and totally private heritage-listed apartment directly opposite the beach in St Kilda. Large bedroom, lofty ceilings, original pine floors, modern kitchen & bathroom, hydronic heating. Large sunny private balcony. Five minute walk to tram stop and 2O minutes to CBD. Five minute walk to famous Acland St and historic Palais Theatre. Welcome nibbles and owner/host available next door to answer questions. Special rates for long stays.
Built in 1895 and heritage-listed in St Kilda, this bright and spacious apartment, across the road from the beach, is one of only nine in a former grand late-Victorian family home with an added Art Deco wing. Decor is in keeping with the Victorian/Edwardian eras.
The apartment comprises living room (tv, ipod4/5/android dock), large bedroom (firm queen bed, low-allergy woollen duvet), kitchen with dishwasher and microwave, bathroom with shower, no bathtub, separate toilet. The apartment is warm in winter, cool in summer.
Your own balcony catches the sun from early morning to late afternoon.
Laundry downstairs (coin-operated washing machine and dryer).
Fully self-contained with separate front and back entrance. First (not ground) floor with access via one flight of external stairs; no lift. Three internal stairs.
Security gates with remote control unit if you have a car. Parking provided for a small car; permit for on-street parking for a larger car.
Only two doors away is 'Soul Racer' Café - great coffee and delicious breakfast and lunch, soon dinner too.
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This will suit a single or couple wanting a quiet and charming haven in an interesting, eclectic suburb.
Having grown up in Melbourne, Liz (next door) can offer sightseeing and cultural suggestions to enrich your visit to marvelous Melbourne!
Ask me about a discount for a week or more. Further discounts for longer stays.
Maximum 2 guests.
Respect the period furnishings and the quiet atmosphere of a grand old apartment block.
No smoking inside or on main balcony but permitted outside back door.
Elizabeth is grandmother to seven grandsons! She still works (part-time) as a researcher in public health. She has twice lived overseas and loves travel. She likes to keep fit and loves literature and classical music. She speaks fluent French, reasonable German and Japanese, as well as beginner Spanish, Irish and Russian.