Set within the leafy 'Centennial Place' garden complex, this spacious two bedroom apartment captures an abundance of natural light from its first floor positioning. Presenting the ultimate in convenient living it is set moments from a host of lifestyle attractions including Randwick Racecourse, the expansive greens of Centennial Park, sports fields and stadiums, with city bound transport and access to UNSW on your doorstep.
The unit features a contemporary kitchen with sleek granite topped benches and Smeg stainless steel appliances, an open plan living and dining area flowing through glass sliding doors to a large entertainer's balcony soaking up the sun, two double bedrooms, the main with mirrored built-in robe and ensuite.
PROPERTY FEATURES: Internal laundry Main bathroom with separate bath & shower Wooden floors Large balcony Two double bedrooms Single lock-up garage
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