Spacious One Bedroom With Lovely Views and Huge Separate Study
Recently completed apartment promoting a low maintenance, convenient lifestyle. Ideal for the working executive, savvy investor or first home buyer. Positioned high on level 10, this spacious apartment enjoys a lovely outlook across suburban tree tops toward Parramatta CBD. A huge separate study room could double as a guest bedroom further adding to a spacious and flexible layout. Ideally located by the river bank with easy access to Parramatta CBD.
- Separate study room or guest bedroom - Private outlook with lovely views toward Parramatta CBD - Security basement car space + storage cage - Bedroom with mirrored built in robes and balcony access - Large balcony ideal for entertaining - Kitchen with island bench, gas cooking, stone bench-tops and dishwasher - Internal laundry with dryer - Reverse cycle air-conditioning - Easy access to Parramatta train station, ferry wharf and CBD
Council Rates: $183 per quarter Water Rates: $179 per quarter Strata Levies: $641 per quarter
Internal size: 58sqm Balcony size: 11sqm
Currently rented for $470 per week.
Contact Gene Kingston - 0468 518 720
Features include: Air Conditioning, Heating, Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Close to Shops, Intercom, Close to Schools, Security Access, Lift Installed, Study
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