A TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT CONVERTED INTO A HUGE ONE BEDROOM HOME
Flexible viewing at a time to suit you - call 6231 3100 to book yours
Located just above the Mawson Shopping Centre with tree top views to Mount Taylor and a short stroll to shops, restaurants, clubs and public transport this is the perfect apartment location.
The design has been transformed by adding the second bedroom to the living area. Now the open plan living, is massive and flooded with natural light from full width sliding doors which open onto a huge sunny balcony. The kitchen and bathroom have both been updated in the past with scope for further improvements and there’s a split system heating and air-conditioning system.
Changing back to two bedrooms is certainly an option or enjoy the space that has been cleverly created.
A two bedroom apartment converted to a huge one bedroom home Extensive open plan living Huge sunny balcony Older update to kitchen Older update to bathroom / laundry Carport and store room Walk to shops, restaurants, clubs and transport
So for a brilliant apartment in a great location call our 24 hour Home Buyer Hotline now on 6231 3100.
Always Open for Inspection at a time to suit you.
If you want to buy and are having difficulty finding the right home try our free Home Finder service. Just call 6231 3100 and we will do the rest.
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