MGM MARTIN – TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT WITH LUG
31/11 Samuel Terry Avenue, Kensington NSW 2033
MGM Martin proudly presenting this generously sized top floor apartment has been elegantly updated for a lifestyle of contemporary comfort. Quality finishes and ample natural light combined with a key location, footsteps to Moore park and moments from the city to make this the perfect ready to move into.
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Why make this your home?
– Open plan living area with high ceilings and gas bayonet
– Modern eat-in kitchen with stainless steel appliances
– Bamboo flooring, internal laundry, gas hot water
– Spacious bedrooms with wardrobes and newly carpeted
– Freshly painted throughout, brand new roller blinds
– Fully tiled bathroom with corner spa bath & shower
– Alfresco entertaining area shared with only 1 other resident
– Only 1 small common wall, oversized lock-up garage
Where is it?
Perfectly positioned in the leafy surrounds of desirable Kensington, this exceptional townhouse guarantees a wonderful lifestyle. It’s within close proximity of acres of pristine greenspace including Centennial Parklands and The Australian Golf Club. Regular bus services run along the main road offering quick access to the CBD, UNSW and beaches. Enjoy a fast commute to the CBD and international and domestic airports, a quick drive will have you savouring the pristine beauty of some of Sydney’s famous beaches including Bondi, Coogee and Tamarama.
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