Apartment 801 at Opera is the ideal purchasing opportunity not to be missed for both astute investors and those looking to own and occupy themselves. Opera is a brand-new residential tower bustling with tenants and owner occupiers enjoying all this iconic building has to offer.
Residents of this two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment, will be welcomed by the elegant furnishings of its interior, and views of Queens Lane from the balcony showering the apartment in light. The master bedroom also has a personal balcony area, a built-in wardrobe with ample space, and an ensuite. The second bedroom is also very bright with windows that span the length of the room, again with a built-in wardrobe.
Catering to a modern lifestyle with its flawless finishes’ residents will enjoy beautiful timber flooring throughout and an abundance of natural light in the open plan kitchen, dining, and living space. The kitchen boasts high-gloss units, and a range of A-grade appliances can be found throughout this home.
Opera has redefined luxury living with the glass facade of the building standing tall on the tree-lined boulevard, St Kilda Road. The complex has many communal comforts and wellness amenities such as;
– A private indoor heated swimming pool & spa
– Fully equipped gymnasium
– Yoga room
– Wine cellar
– Exclusive business lounge
– Luxurious private dining rooms – perfect for entertaining
Those living in this apartment will be able to count on exceptional concierge services; whether it’s restaurant bookings, catering, organising transport, concierge at Opera will be on hand all day, every day, to take care of residents’ lifestyle requests.
Standing tall at 450 St Kilda Road, attractively situated between Toorak Road and Commercial Road, with fashionable high-end shops on your doorstep. This location is just a short tram ride from the buzz of Melbourne’s CBD and many restaurant and entertainment choices.
Opera is surrounded by parklands and prestigious schools and in the heart of the city’s art precinct. You will be moments from Albert Park Lake and the Royal Botanical Gardens.