Lovely location opposite Footscray Park & spacious apartment!
A classic solid brick two-bedroom ground floor apartment with built in robes, spacious lounge with gas heater, updated kitchen with freestanding gas oven and dishwasher, central bathroom, separate laundry, with rear access to the clothes line. It's just a short walk to the heart of Footscray shopping central, Footscray Station and Victoria University, plus across the road to Footscray Park, Maribyrnong River with walking & cycling paths and so close to Flemington Racecourse! Plus approx. 6kms from the CBD of Melbourne. With the public transport so close by you don't need the car, however there is plenty of street parking available! Enquire to inspect today!
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Block Size:660 m²*
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