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11/506 Botany Road, Alexandria, NSW 2015 AUS
11/506 Botany Road, Alexandria, NSW 2015 AUS
11/506 Botany Road, Alexandria, NSW 2015 AUS
11/506 Botany Road, Alexandria, NSW 2015 AUS
11/506 Botany Road, Alexandria, NSW 2015 AUS
11/506 Botany Road, Alexandria, NSW 2015 AUS
11/506 Botany Road, Alexandria, NSW 2015 AUS
11/506 Botany Road, Alexandria, NSW 2015 AUS
11/506 Botany Road, Alexandria, NSW 2015 AUS

11/506 Botany Road

11/506 Botany Road, Alexandria NSW 2015 AUS

MGM MARTIN - TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT

Sold $710,000

Contemporary, well designed and beautifully presented, this engaging apartment delivers an exceptional urban retreat overlooking the gardens. Generously proportioned rooms with free flowing design creating an inviting environment for comfortable living and entertaining.

What’s important to you?
– Substantial floor plan that is sun washed and inviting throughout
– Stylish central bathroom with an adjoining laundry
– Sliders open out to the entertainer’s balcony
– Stone benchtops & gas kitchen, breakfast bench, stainless appliances
– The residence comes with a single secure basement car space

The local’s point of view
– Easy walking distance to Green Square Rail which offers a one stop trip to Central station
– Surrounding are some of Sydney’s most popular eateries, cafes and pubs
– There are plentiful options to relax and enjoy nature steps to multiple parks
– Short distance to Woolworths, BWS, IGA and the nearby medical centre
– It’s a quick, easy drive to world-class beaches including Bondi and Coogee

Features

Property Features
Property ID 1P7698
Property Type Apartment
Land Size
Inspection Times
As Advertised or by Appointment

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