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    • Enjoy the Manly Lifestyle for $420 Per Week

      Property ID 1522502
      OPEN HOME SATURDAY 26/11/16 AT 3.15PM - 3.30PM.
      Available to rent now @ $420 per week.
      This contemporary apartment will rival the best the Bayside has to offer. Positioned within walking distance to the City Train, Esplanade, Yacht & Boating Clubs plus the Manly Village where dining at the local restaurants and cafes becomes a way of life.
      * 2 bedrooms - main with ensuite and walk in robe
      * Separate bathroom
      * Air conditioning throughout
      * Private balcony
      * Spacious living area's and a stylish outfitted kitchen with German Bosch appliances and stone bench tops
      * Separate laundry
      * Loads of extra features including secure parking, security screens and intercom
      Contact Eleni Fardouly to arrange an inspection today (07) 3893 6621

      Please ensure that you visit the Residential Tenancies Authority QLD's website to view a copy of the:
      1). 17a Renting in Queensland Booklet:
      http://www.rta.qld.gov.au/form_17a.cfm
      2). 18a General Tenancy Agreement
      http://www.rta.qld.gov.au/form_18a.cfm

      PLEASE NOTE:
      You must read the terms of the Tenancy Agreement prior to applying for the property. A copy is available at our office. We recommend you call our office prior to the inspection to confirm the appointment time as the property may be rented. Each property is open for approx. 10 minutes only, if a property has been leased a leasing consultant will not be attending.

      DISCLAIMER: We have not verified whether or not information in this listing is accurate and do not have any belief one way or the other in its accuracy. We do not accept any responsibility to any person for its accuracy and do no more than pass it on. All interested parties should rely upon their own enquiries in order to determine whether or not this information is in fact accurate.