Desirably located only moments to the light rain in an ultra convenient suburb, this one bedroom apartment is a cut above the rest, and with a highly attractive price tag it's easy to see why this offering stands proud!
The well designed floorplan has been cleverly designed to be functional whilst still being spacious.
The kitchen acts as the hub of the home and provides an abundance of meal preparation space and storage.
Within an easy level walk to Harrison and Franklin Shops and ever so close to public transport, it's clear to see what all the fuss is about.
- HUGE rental appraisal of $390-$410 per week - Currently rented at $380 per week on a fixed lease until 20 May - Body corporate $686 & Sinking fund $244 approx. per quarter - Pool and BBQ facilities - One secure car space - Balcony
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