256/71 Beeston Street TENERIFFE, QLD 4005

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 1 Car

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Stunning one bedroom + study - this will be sold!

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 1 Car

Complex living can often mean a number of compromises however, Ellington Teneriffe and in particular, apartment 256 has managed to maximize what it means to live in cosmopolitan Brisbane. With luxurious complex facilities, ideal layout and five star specification this property is one of the few which maximize privacy, lifestyle and an overall quality of life.

With 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, 1 secure car space and a generous 79m² floor plate, the make-up of apartment 256 is surpassed only by its seclusion and privacy where one would be forgiven for forgetting they live in the heart of a major capital. The leafy outlook from your 16m² entertainers balcony make it an extension of your home.

The open plan kitchen, dining and living areas foster the most ideal living arrangement and the large study or multi-purpose room is limited only by ones imagination. Having been meticulously, renovated, maintained and loved, apartment 256 is a showpiece of Ellington luxury and truly defines the lifestyle which can be achieved in this cosmopolitan haven. If a one bedroom is on your wish list, you really can't go any further without inspecting apartment 256.

Notable Features
? 79m² 1 bedroom + study, 1 bathroom and 1 car space
? Kitchen with Omega stainless steel appliances & gas
? Open plan kitchen, living & dining areas
? Complex pool, lift & onsite manager
? Basement car park with 53 visitor spaces

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  • Single Garage






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