Leased
4/18-20 Ocean Street, Clovelly, NSW 2031 AUS
4/18-20 Ocean Street, Clovelly, NSW 2031 AUS
4/18-20 Ocean Street, Clovelly, NSW 2031 AUS
4/18-20 Ocean Street, Clovelly, NSW 2031 AUS
4/18-20 Ocean Street, Clovelly, NSW 2031 AUS
4/18-20 Ocean Street, Clovelly, NSW 2031 AUS
4/18-20 Ocean Street, Clovelly, NSW 2031 AUS

4/18-20 Ocean Street

4/18-20 Ocean Street, Clovelly NSW 2031 AUS

MGM MARTIN - RENOVATED TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT WITH OCEAN VIEWS

Leased

HOLDING FEE RECEIVED

MGM Martin proudly presents this spectacularly renovated two bedroom apartment moments from Clovelly beach. Open plan, bright, spacious and a must to inspect!

** To view the property and get updated information for upcoming open house times, please register by clicking the book inspection button or email agent. To apply, please visit https://mgmmartin.com/rent/apply/

Why Make this your new home?

– Bright open plan living and dining with absolutely stunning views
– High end kitchen with integrated dishwasher, gold plated tapware and stone benchtop
– Two large bedrooms both with ceiling fans and built in wardrobes
– Modern bathroom with walk in shower, rain water shower head and internal laundry facilities
– Quiet and peaceful block, moments from the beach, parks and shops

Directly opposite Clovelly Beach for an incredible lifestyle with the beach and Bronte-Coogee Aquatic Reserve at the doorstep. Close to Clovelly Public School and shops, stroll to beach cafes and restaurant.

Features

Property Features
Property ID 1P9782
Property Type Apartment
Land Size
Inspection Times
As Advertised or by Appointment
Asher Roberts
Property Manager
02 9662 3954
0420 361 834

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