Apart 703/532 Ruthven Street, TOOWOOMBA
Sub Penthouse With Views
This is your opportunity to purchase a sub-penthouse apartment in Toowoomba Central Plaza. Positioned on the7th level of the coveted North side, it has amazing uninterrupted views over the City Centre to Mount Kynoch and beyond.
It offers a great floor plan with spacious sun-filled open plan living, 2 extra-large bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and is one of the few apartments with 2 secure car parking spaces (most units only have 1).
An outstanding opportunity to be the envy of your friends by residing at this exclusive address. With amazing 180 degree views, this sub-penthouse feels more like a home with spacious open living areas, large bedrooms and quality fixtures.
Other features include :-
Perched on level 3 of Toowoomba Central Plaza is the buildings outdoor entertaining area, complete with bbq’s, swimming pool, heated spa and gymnasium.
This apartment is the perfect home for busy professional people or the 'empty nesters' offering a truly envious lifestyle in one of Toowoomba’s most desirable locations.
This apartment in one of the largest 2 bedroom apartments in the complex and has a superb North Aspect letting in plenty of natural light. It has been a one-owner private residence since new and neat as a fiddle.
There is no other Toowoomba location with first class amenities right in the city.
General Council Rates: Approx $820 per half year
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