BRIGHT NORTHERN ASPECT WITH SERENITY AND CONVENIENCE
Conveniently positioned just minutes to the heart of Kingsford Junction, this solid full brick unit has plenty of natural light and open district view. Enjoying bright and airy feeling.
Featuring: Floating timber throughout Generous sized bedrooms Modern bathroom Kitchen with plenty of storage Sun filled tranquil balcony Single lock up garage Internal laundry room
Located just minutes stroll to UNSW, Prince of Wales hospital and the soon to be completed light rail station. Cafes, restaurants, recreational facilities and bus services are all also just footsteps away.
Please note that whilst all calls are welcome, we encourage online enquiries to ensure you are advised of the open time for this property, alternatively please revisit the website 24hrs prior to inspection to see if there have been any relevant updates/changes.
Please register your interest using the enquire online option to be advised and kept up to date on all inspections.
Link to online application below: (copy and paste this link in a browser) http://t-app.com.au/rnwmaroubra
Disclaimer: All information contained herein is gathered from sources we believe reliable. We have no reason to doubt its accuracy, however we cannot guarantee it. All interested parties should make and rely upon their own enquiries.
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