MGM MARTIN - RECENTLY UPDATED TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT
6/25 Mascot Drive, Eastlakes NSW 2018
HOLDING FEE RECEIVED
MGM Martin proudly presenting this recently updated north facing two-bedroom apartment within the security building. The setting is fantastic and peaceful, with Eastlakes Shopping Centre and Eastlakes Reserve mere feet away. A short walk to buses and transport that will take you wherever in Sydney, from the CBD to the Eastern Suburbs, beaches, UNSW, or POW Hospital.
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Why make this your home?
– Open plan living & dining area
– Freshly painted & newly carpeted throughout
– Brand new blinds throughout
– Neat bathroom with laundry facilities
– North facing balcony, linen cupboards for storage
– Updated kitchen with gas appliances
– Car-space, security building
Where is it?
Only 7kms to the CBD, Eastlakes is proving to be a hidden gem in the South East and with the up-coming completion of a new shopping centre by CROWN featuring eateries and major retail lines it will be a suburb boasting an enviable lifestyle. Eastlakes is only 5 minutes’ drive to one of Sydney’s new foodie hotspots, The Cannery in Rosebery with establishments such as; Three Blue Ducks, Gelato Messina and Black Star Pastry. A short walk will have you just metres away to a multitude of bus services, including the M20, 301 to CBD and the 343 to UNSW. Enjoy a quick to both the international and domestic airports or a round of golf at Moore Park or The Lakes.
** Please note, while care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars & all information is gathered from sources we consider to be reliable, we cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information provided. In addition to this, any interested persons are advised to make their own enquiries and satisfy themselves in all respects.
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