Neutral Bay penthouse expected to be sought after by downsizers
With panoramic views of the lower north shore and the harbour, this Neutral Bay penthouse is set to capture the sprawling downsizer market.
Raine and Horne Neutral Bay managing director David Buttel said P1/3 Lindsay St, Neutral Bay offered everything a downsizer could want.
“It has a large footprint, level access that is also wheelchair accessible, and it is a great lockup and leave building, with only two apartments per floor,” he said.
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“Equally there have been people who have moved in who are business people or those after something with low maintenance.”
Mr Buttel said the majority of apartments in the building were owner-occupied.
“It has very good body corporate and they keep the building in excellent condition,” he said.
Located on the top floor of the Monteigne building, the 164sqm home has plenty of quality finishes.
The apartment also includes a huge 33sqm lockup garage with an automatic door and internal access, along with a second under cover security car space and separate lockup storeroom.
All three bedrooms have built-in wardrobes, while the main has an ensuite bathroom and private balcony.
The designer kitchen has Corian benchtops, dishwasher, electric cooking and a large serving window.
On the market with a $2.7 million guide, the three-bedroom apartment will go to auction on May 4.
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