This charming one bedroom self contained unit is in a sought after area. Within walking distance to Ashfield Mall and Station. Only a short stroll to Pratten Park and a variety of shops, cafes and local restaurants.
Highlights: - High ceilings, picture rails and feature fireplaces - Freshly painted and newly carpeted throughout - Fully renovated with updated features throughout - New contemporary kitchen and bathroom - Large bedroom and lounge room spaces - Share laundry facilities with space for own washing machine - Shared sunny rear garden, Car space included
To find out more about this property please call Romana Lokas on 8752 4503 or 0419 818 934
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Features include: Close to Transport, Close to Shops, Car Parking - Surface
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