Snap up this apartment and you'll be spoilt for choice surrounded by a vibrant social culture with top quality restaurants, entertainment and Hurstville shopping centre only moments away offering a host of eateries, specialty shops, medical centre and pharmacies all within the vicinity and Hurstville Train Station only a stone's throw away with an array of other transport options, enjoying supreme convenience to shops and transport.
LIVING Gourmet kitchen with European appliances and caesarstone benchtops Generously sized bedrooms, masters with ensuite Sleek bathrooms with neutral colour pallets Air conditioning throughout Expansive full-length entertaining balcony Security car space & storage cage
LIFESTYLE Situated in a prime location only walking distance to Hurstville Train station Enjoy the ultimate convenience of a shopping centre only moments away
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Features include: Air Conditioning,Built-In Wardrobes,Close to Transport,Close to Shops,Alarm System,Intercom,Close to Schools,Lift Installed,Car Parking - Basement,Carpeted,Exhaust,Dishwasher
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