150/629 Gardeners Road, Mascot, NSW 2020 AUS
150/629 Gardeners Road, Mascot, NSW 2020 AUS
150/629 Gardeners Road, Mascot, NSW 2020 AUS

150/629 Gardeners Road

150/629 Gardeners Road, Mascot NSW 2020 AUS




*Entrance from 12 Church Avenue Mascot, Building ‘C’ (2nd building in the middle). Level 2, turn left then left, unit at the very end on the right.

MGM Martin proudly presenting this large 2 bedroom apartment, located in the well-known Mascot Square. Situated amongst an array of Sydney’s greatest shops and cafes, you won’t need to venture far from home for all your daily necessities.

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Why make this your home?
– Open plan living & dining area
– Sleek contemporary kitchen equipped with gas fittings, modern bathroom
– North facing undercover balcony
– Large bedroom with built in wardrobe
– Internal laundry with dryer, High speed NBN internet
– Air conditioning throughout, Undercover security car spaces

Where is it?
Well connected by rail and bus transport, with only a few minutes’ walk to Mascot train station and buses, this perfectly located apartment is a short commute to universities, beaches, major entertainment facilities, shopping, cafes and the CBD

**Please note, While care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars, no responsibility will be accepted for the accuracy of the whole or any part of this information. In addition to this, any interested persons are advised to make their own enquiries and satisfy themselves in all respects.*


Property Features
Property ID 1P10250
Property Type Apartment
Land Size
Inspection Times
As Advertised or by Appointment

Surrounding Suburb Profiles



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