One of the best weapons against contracting COVID-19 is avoiding close social interaction, especially in confined spaces.
The virus is known to be contracted through touching surfaces touched by infected people, so we’ve all become well versed in the regular use of antibacterial hand rub and wipes, and minimising what we touch outside the home.
But if you live in an apartment, getting into your home can be fraught with COVID challenges, from pushing the button on the lift, to sharing the lift and even touching communal doorhandles.
Take a look at this apartment, which could be one of Australia’s most COVID-safe when it comes to entries. And it even has a harbour view.
Here you can get in and out of your home without sharing a lift or stairwell, or even touching a communal button or door handle. You won’t even have to share the floor with neighbours.
In fact you won’t even have to share the garage.
Meet G.01/3 East Crescent Street, McMahons Point, a four-bedroom garden apartment in the boutique block The Bradfield.
The whole-floor garden apartment has an impressive floor plan brimming with bespoke features and covered outdoor living space.
The terrace looks out over landscaped gardens and lawn, and the views travel across Lavender Bay to the city.
Features include a Calacatta marble kitchen with bespoke cabinetry, a Miele suite of
appliances and a Siemens 90cm gas cooktop, home office, home cinema and high-tech biometric facial and fingerprint security.
The luxury apartment is for sale by private treaty with a guide of $7.95 million, and is being marketed by Adrian Bridges and Taylor Jones, of LJ Hooker Avnu.
Mr Bridges said the apartment was attracting plenty of attention, particularly from downsizers. The private garage and lift, as well as the high-tech security, were major drawcards, especially in this COVID-conscious climate.
“It’s a world-class development,” he said.
“It is virtually touch free getting into the apartment and the security and privacy are big features. You’re not going through common areas, or using lifts or walkways. It has a lot of appeal.”