An excellent investment opportunity in a fabulous and convenient city location. This light filled and airy studio apartment is in a small boutique building quietly positioned in Hayward Lane moments away from Melbourne Central Station, State Library and RMIT University. Set on level five this fully furnished studio city apartment is low maintenance. Comprising of open plan living and bedroom area, kitchen with microwave, refrigerator, gas cooking appliances and a communal roof terrace. Other features include security entrance and cable internet outlet. Recent lease $280 per week with low outgoings.
* Fully furnished studio apartment * Walk to Melbourne Central Station, State Library and RMIT University * Trams stop at your doorstep * Access to 5th floor rooftop terrace * Previous lease 2020 at $280.00 per week
Features include: Air conditioning, Intercom, Built in wardrobes, Heating, Dishwasher, Study, Double glazed windows
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