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For Sale

Sub-penthouse apartment with breath taking views!

This sub-penthouse occupies one of the best positions on Newcastle beach and boasts breathtaking views from both the front and rear balconies. Apartments with 'cross ventilation' are often sought after and rarely found.  From the front south facing balcony, you have a commanding view of Newcastle beach and at the rear, you have a north east view soaking up the picture of Newcastle's working harbor and the 'Cowrie Hole.' Featuring 2 bedrooms with built ins (WIR in master with ensuite) + Study, open plan kitchen and dining, with the lounge area facing the panoramic beach view. Oversized double parking (side by side) with storage at the back of the car spaces, allows plenty of accommodation for vehicles and 'toys!' Enjoy the benefits of what the building has to offer with lap pool, spa and undercover BBQ area, all in convenient proximity to great coffee  shops, deli, restaurants and bars. Come and make up your mind for yourself!

Summary of this property:
- Address: B501/1 Moroney Avenue, Newcastle East
- Bedrooms: 2
- Bathrooms: 2
- Parking spots: 2
- Contact : an agent
- Agency: PRDnationwide - Newcastle

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