G02/6 Bourke Street, Mascot, NSW 2020 AUS
G02/6 Bourke Street, Mascot, NSW 2020 AUS
G02/6 Bourke Street, Mascot, NSW 2020 AUS

G02/6 Bourke Street

G02/6 Bourke Street, Mascot NSW 2020 AUS




MGM Martin proudly presents this one-bedroom apartment situated on the ground floor in the well sought-after Spectrum Development. The secure complex also offers resort-style living with access to a 25 meters heated pool and gymnasium.

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Why make this your home?
– Immaculate 1 bedroom apartment
-Expansive open plan living & dining area
-Designer polyurethane kitchen with Caesar stone bench tops and gas cook top
-Smeg appliances and quality Caroma fixtures
-Resort style facilities with podium level pool and gym
-Courtyard with street entry
-Ducted reverse cycle air-conditioning Internal laundry and clothes dryer
-Modern Bathroom
-Security intercom, Keyed entry and storage cage
-Freshly painted

Where is it?
Enjoy the convenience of being within proximity to trendy cafes & restaurants, major road systems, next to Mascot Railway Station and bus network. Just a short drive from Sydney Airport, Eastern Suburbs and Sydney CBD, including major tertiary institutions like the University of Technology and Sydney’s other major convenience

** 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


Property Features
  • Apartment
  • 1 bed
  • 1 bath
  • Built In Robes
Property ID 1P9522
Property Type Apartment
Land Size
Inspection Times
As Advertised or by Appointment
Jonathan Avris
Leasing Executive
02 9662 3954
0456 770 555

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