This modernised low maintenance 2 bedroom Edwardian brick semi is hidden between the towers at the end of St Kilda Road.
Conveniently located near trams and trains makes for easy access to all the attractions inside Melbourne, St.Kilda, Windsor and Albert Park!
The location of this recently renovated home is ideal for getting around Melbourne while having a quiet and relaxing home base. For those with an interest, this house was the headquarters to legendary Australian music royalty Judith Durham from the "The Seekers".
In Walking Distance (less than 10 minutes) is Chapel Street, St Kilda and Albert Park.
The Tram into Melbourne is less than 2 minutes walk away, which then allows you to easily get in and out the the city to experience the legendary night life!
Or just around the corner, located in the local HairDressers is a secret bar - if you want information on how to get in let us know when you book!
The main bedroom has a queen bed, while the second bedroom has a single bed that easily rolls out to another queen (if you need).
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We will aim to make ourselves available to meet you, but if this is not possible we are just at the other end of the phone and will arrange the key for you.
- If you are coming from the airport the Fitroy Street Skybus stop is around 10 minutes walk
- Closest Tram stop is the St Kilda Junction (routes (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)) around 3 minutes walk (make sure to use the underpass)
- Closest Railway station is Windsor Station, around 10 minutes walk
If you bring pets: not allowed on furnishing, must be toilet trained
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