** BOOK INSPECTION ONLINE ** This well presented one bedroom apartment is ideally located on one of Essendons finest tree lined streets. Located on the top floor this apartment boasts a large sun filled living with electric panel heater, roomy kitchen with ample storage space and gas stove top, large bedroom with floor to ceiling cupboard space and a sparkling bathroom with shower over bath. You also get laundry facilities (located under the kitchen bench), a secure car space for one car and secure entrance with phone intercom. Located within walking distance to Essendon Train station, tram stop and North Essendon Shopping village this apartment has all you could ask for. Apply now before you miss out!
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