No. 11/7 Leichhardt Street, Kingston is up for sale.
Reminiscent of an Art Deco New York abode, the style of this Kingston apartment makes a striking first impression, with a few wow-factor features for good measure.
The real showstopper is the French salon-style dressing room, featuring a chandelier, marble island, and customised cabinets and display shelving for fashion lovers. Backlighting and a sliding ladder provide extra star quality.
Quality finishes in the kitchen.
The two-bedroom, two-bathroom residence is one of only 11 in the boutique Mercer building, located in old Kingston, which won a Master Builders Association residential award in 2019.
Boris Teodorowych, principal of Boris – Manuka, said the construction standard is paired with the seller’s eye for “very high aesthetic detail”, which includes luxury flourishes such as chandeliers, elaborate skirtings and cornices, bronze hinges and hardwood parquetry floors.
“It’s an absolutely magnificent apartment,” Tedorowych said. “The owner has gone to town on styling and up-speccing it.
Personal dressing room anyone?
Space and style.
“[The Mercer] won an MBA award last year for residential apartment building four storeys and up. The quality of the build is so high, and all 11 apartments are large and owner-occupied.”
Spanning 143sqm, plus a 15sqm balcony, there’s plenty of scope for elegant entertaining in the living area, which is anchored by an old-world gas fireplace.
The deluxe kitchen pulls out all the stops, complete with marble benchtops, high-quality appliances, a gas cooktop, dishwasher and dark cabinetry. There’s also adjacent built-in banquette seating for casual dining.
Both bathrooms showcase the same level of style and amenity as the rest of the home.
The location is conveniently close to Kingston amenities, such as shopping and dining options, as well as parks and the lake.
No. 11/7 Leichhardt Street is currently awaiting a price guide.