LIVE A LIFE MORE CONNECTED IN ADELAIDES TRENDY EAST END
In the heart of Adelaides stylish East End, find this sleek, contemporary apartment ideal for first home buyers and investors alike. Enjoy 1 year strata fee free courtesy of the current owner, and with the best of Adelaide citys amenities and attractions right on your doorstep.
Bound to be the highlight of this inner-city property, enjoy its trendy East End location. Close by discover the numerous lifestyle and shopping options of Rundle Mall and Rundle Street, public transport links and Adelaides happening restaurants, bars, cafés and nightlife. Within walking distance or a short tram ride find both Adelaide University and The University of South Australias East and West Campuses.
Inside enjoy a considered layout starting with a modern, central open plan living, kitchen and dining area. Connected find a well-sized balcony boasting northerly views of the city and beyond. A clean main bathroom services the property and features modern fixtures including a mirrored cabinet for storage. Two good-sized bedrooms with carpet flooring and mirrored built-in robes with ample space for storage complete this homes living space.
Living room with split system a/c Furniture included in sale Secure building access Enjoy building amenities: common lounge, movie room, games area, kitchen and laundry Apartment 1203/15 Synagogue Place, Adelaide also available for purchase with same layout, northern aspect, price guide of $335k-345k and current tenancy of $515p/w
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