9/7 Short Street CARLTON, NSW 2218

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9/7 Short Street CARLTON, NSW 2218


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Perfectly situated on the top floor of a security building, this apartment is peaceful, private and is complimented by pleasant district views from two north east facing balconies. The ultra handy location just a walk from Carlton train station and within easy reach of parklands, schools, dining choices, and the shopping facilities of Carlton, Kogarah and Hustville.

Offering two bedrooms, main enhanced by own sunlit balcony, open plan living and dining with additional study nook, internal laundry, and a lock up garage with internal access.

At entry level for the Carlton market, this apartment is ideal for investors, first home buyers, and in fact all buyers. Ready to move straight in with potential to add your own style. A must to inspect.

Extra features :
– Well maintained common gardens
– Ceiling fans in lounge and bedrooms
– Built in wardrobes in both bedrooms
– Intercom system
– Split cycle air conditioner in lounge/dining area
– Timber laminate flooring throughout

Strata Levies : $ 795.25 pq approx
Water Rates : $ 178.82 pq approx
Council Rates: $ 342.00 pq approx
Total Area : 109 sqm approx.
Unit + Balconies : 88 sqm approx.
LUG : 21 sqm approx.

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