Fully furnished & Equipped One Bedroom apartment, 79 SMITH STREET, DARWIN CITY AVAILABLE NOW, JUST BRING YOUR SUITCASE AND PERSONAL ITEMS, AND SETTLE IN Located smack bang in the middle of Darwin City, you really could throw away the car keys. This is a prime location. You could honestly have that holiday feel all year round but with the privacy and security of own your private pad. Modern stylish and convenient, Styled with modern furniture and accessories Ideal for the the professional with no fuss easy living, however enjoying all the benefits and extras. These units have on offer -The kitchen is stylish and functional with loads of cupboard space and dishwasher Fully equipped with everything you need -Good size living and dining areas, flat screen Television -Comfortable bedroom with built in robes, kind bed and linen included -Bathroom is a good size -European laundry, including dryer and washing machine -One secure parking space under cover -Public transport at your front door step -Short stroll to the Esplanade
A private secure entrance allows you to access your unit without having to enter through the hotel lobby via Briggs Street, with in walking distance to shopping, restaurants and entertainment venues. Available now Call Karen 0477 777 602 to arrange a private viewing
Features include: Air conditioning,Balcony / Deck,Built in wardrobes,Dishwasher,Intercom,Secure Parking
No open times scheduled. Contact Agent to arrange a viewing.
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