This well-presented one bedroom apartment has much to offer and is perfect for a professional single or couple. Features include top floor views, electric heating, a casual meals area, lounge room, built in robe in the bedroom and an allocated car space. Situated in Campbell, you are sure to love the convenience this home offers.
Please note that at all stages of the tenancy pets shall not be kept on the premises without written consent of the Lessor/Agent.
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