Queen Apartments – 18 Queen Street Blackburn
As stylish now as when it was completed, Queen Apartments at 18 Queen Street, Blackburn is built over four levels and incorporates up to 43 attractive one and two bedroom apartments. A simulated wood exterior with contrasting rendered white trim lends the property an elegant air, complemented by mature trees that enhance the building’s appeal.
Spacious light-filled dimensions and quality appointments match an open-plan interior design ethic, resulting in an alluring contemporary property.
Well positioned in a popular and sought-after quarter of central Blackburn, the Queen Apartments building is in a friendly village atmosphere close to an abundance of cafes and boutique shops, being just a short 200-300 metre walk to Blackburn’s railway station.
Close to Blackburn Primary and High Schools, plus Morton Park, this property gives you the convenience of sophisticated city living without the crowds.
Spacious living areas, sizeable bedrooms, sophisticated kitchens and laundries with European appliances, deluxe bathrooms, and large glass-balustraded balconies are hallmarks of Queen Apartments’ elegant design qualities.
Extra features include reverse cycle heating/cooling throughout, polished timber floors, deluxe carpets, a video security intercom entrance with secure lift access and secure undercover car parking.
For any further questions or for rentals or sales enquiries, contact Savoy Real Estate, your number 1 choice and expert in Queen Apartments at 18 Queen Street, Blackburn.
Blackburn is a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 17 kilometres (11 mi) east of Melbourne’s Central Business District. Its local government area is the City of Whitehorse. At the 2011 Census, Blackburn had a population of 12,796.
The origin of the name Blackburn is not certain, but may have been after an early settler or James Blackburn, who designed Yan Yean Reservoir. It lies within the City of Whitehorse, in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs.
Blackburn is bounded in the west by Middleborough Road, in the north by Springfield Road, in the east by an irregular line along streets to the east of Blackburn Lake Sanctuary and in the south by Canterbury Road.