Luxury in the city

first_img66/209 Wills St, Townsville CityRay White Geaney Property Group selling agent Brett Lipscomb said he expected house hunters would be wowed by the views.“You can see out to Magnetic Island, you can watch the cargo and cruise ships come in and you can see Cape Cleveland,” he said.More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020“The kitchen has been custom- built as well to make it a chef’s kitchen and that was only put in 12 months ago.“I think once the North Queensland Stadium is built you’ll be able to hear the roar when the Cowboys are playing.“On New Year’s Eve you can also see the fireworks.”Mr Lipscomb said the apartment would appeal to professionals or a small family looking for inner-city living. The apartment has been recently refurbished with new floors, blinds, paint and custom kitchen. 66/209 Wills St, Townsville CityWITH its superb views, glistening kitchen and high-end appointments, apartment 66 at High Point is an impressive new listing.The three-bedroom, two bathroom, two car space apartment at 209 Wills St will be sold at auction on August 7.It’s footsteps away from the best that Townsville has to offer. Behind is Castle Hill and in front is the CBD and further afield The Strand, making it a great location to call home. 66/209 Wills St, Townsville CityThe complex has a huge pool with views of the city as well as a gym and family barbecue area.It has an open, generous floor plan with a study nook and plenty of storage.The kitchen is fitted with an induction cooktop, two Bosch ovens, Smeg dishwasher and plumbed fridge space.The apartment has ducted airconditioning and the master bedroom has remote controlled block-out blinds.There is also car accommodation in a secure car park and lockup storage unit.last_img

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