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40/2 Crewe Place
40/2 Crewe Place, Rosebery NSW 2018 AUS
MGM MARTIN – TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT
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MGM MARTIN proudly presents this stunning, oversized two bedroom apartment. Situated only minutes to everywhere is this rare offering of a luxury two bedroom apartment in a boutique development. Set in a modern building this apartment has been architecturally designer with aesthetics, functionality and space by award winning architects SJB architects. This development sets a benchmark for the area with manicured gardens with BBQ pavilions, indoor heated pool, gym.
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Why make this your home?
– Open plan living & dining area
– Spacious bedrooms with built in wardrobes
– Modern kitchen with gas appliances
– Sun-drenched Balcony
– Separate study area
– Security Car-space
– Air conditioning in living & Fly Screens
Where is it?
Rosebery is quickly becoming the new foodie hot spot with the addition of restaurants and cafes such as ‘Kitchen by Mike’, ‘All Press Cafe’, “Pizza Mario” and a short stroll to ‘The Grounds’ and ‘Salt Meats Cheese’.
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