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    • Parramatta's Best Value Brand New Apartments, Only 2 Remaining, Act Fast!

      Property ID 1488406
      HURRY... SELLING FAST! ONLY 2 LEFT! These stylish apartments offer a unique & flexible smart design that creates exceptional bright & airy living, seamlessly flowing onto outdoor entertaining areas. Boasting spacious floor plans (ranging from 84m2-125m2 for 2 bedrooms plus parking & storage) & superbly positioned within a short stroll to railway station, bus interchange hub, Westfield Shoppingtown, restaurants, cafes & sophisticated cosmopolitan Parramatta CBD, these striking apartments feature:

      - Small security block of only 11 apartments
      - A selection of spacious 1 & 2 bedroom apartments to choose from
      - 3 unique penthouse level apartments with rooftop terraces
      - Reputable builders with quality fittings & fixtures
      - Luxurious kitchen with polyurethane cupboards, stone benchtops, glass splashbacks, gas cooking & dishwasher
      - Stylish fully-tiled bathrooms with frameless shower screens & rectangular bathtub
      - Quality carpets or options available for tiled floors
      - Built-in wardrobes to all bedrooms
      - Security intercom, Actron split-system air conditioning & roller blinds
      - Internal laundry with clothes dryer
      - Security basement parking with storage area
      - No swimming pool or other facilities means less maintenance & lower strata levies
      - Excellent investment prospect with solid rental potential

      "Ray White Parramatta/Oatlands, its directors, employees and related entities believe that the information contained herein is gathered from sources we deem to be reliable. However, no representation or warranties of any nature whatsoever are given, intended or implied. Any interested parties should rely on their own inquiries."