Your key to the city awaits in this chic studio within the historic Cricketer's Arms building. With a fresh, neutral interior and unobstructed district outlook, it would make an ideal first home or investment. In a hub of rapid development and gentrification, the property is footsteps from upcoming Waterloo Station. Don't miss your chance to live the inner-city dream.
- Walk-up studio apartment above landmark historic corner pub - Lovely unobstructed and elevated district outlook - Classic white kitchen with integrated laundry facilities - Light-filled combined living and bedroom - Timeless, well-presented bathroom - Footsteps from upcoming Waterloo Station, a stroll to CBD - Thriving creative precinct of small bars, studios, cafes and pocket parks - Affordable opportunity to get on the property ladder or invest
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