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28/66 Mascot Drive, Eastlakes, NSW 2018 AUS
28/66 Mascot Drive, Eastlakes, NSW 2018 AUS
28/66 Mascot Drive, Eastlakes, NSW 2018 AUS
28/66 Mascot Drive, Eastlakes, NSW 2018 AUS
28/66 Mascot Drive, Eastlakes, NSW 2018 AUS
28/66 Mascot Drive, Eastlakes, NSW 2018 AUS
28/66 Mascot Drive, Eastlakes, NSW 2018 AUS
28/66 Mascot Drive, Eastlakes, NSW 2018 AUS
28/66 Mascot Drive, Eastlakes, NSW 2018 AUS

28/66 Mascot Drive

28/66 Mascot Drive, Eastlakes NSW 2018 AUS

MGM MARTIN - TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT WITH LOCKUP GARAGE

Sold $670,000

Situated on the first floor and in a prime position, the apartment offers an abundance of natural sunlight.
This home is conveniently placed no more than a short stroll from Eastlakes shopping centre, Eastlakes reserve, the New Crown Development, and city buses.

What’s important to you

-Spacious, open and free flowing living & dining space
-Gas kitchen, immaculate bench tops & generous counter space
-Two large, light-filled bedrooms with floor to ceiling built-ins
-Generously proportioned bathroom
-Lock up garage space, internal laundry
-Internal size 82m2 approx. Total size 99m2 approx.

The local’s point of view

-Short stroll to Eastlakes Shopping Centre and New Development
-Getting out and about is easy with public transport close by
-Enjoy a lazy day with family and friends at Eastlakes reserve
-Close to airport, popular beaches, schools, CBD and The Lakes Golf Club
-Only a short distance to the Canery and Mascot train Station

Features

Property Features
Property ID 1P9073
Property Type Apartment
Land Size 99 squareMeter
Inspection Times
As Advertised or by Appointment
Tony Giouzelis
Sales Executive
02 9662 3954
0425 333 688

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