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$650 per week Fully Furnished

94 Kincaid Street, Wagga Wagga, NSW, 2650, Australia

3Bedrooms
2Bathrooms
1Carspots
Map of the surrounding area

Property Features

  • Floorboards
  • Built-in Robes
  • Secure Parking
  • Air Conditioning

About this Property

This tastefully renovated and fully furnished property, retains some beautiful features of its era while boasting all the modern conveniences.

• Stunning polished floor boards throughout the living areas.
• 2 bedrooms with additional study or 3rd bedroom
• Quality built kitchen that includes stainless steel dishwasher, refrigerator, microwave, cook top and oven.
• Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning throughout
• Laundry includes washer, dryer, second shower & toilet
• Private and secure yard with covered entertaining, outdoor setting & BBQ.
• Further inclusions water usage, Wi-Fi and garden maintenance.
• Located within walking distance to the main street of Wagga and everything it has to offer
• Fully Furnished

If you have any inquiries or would like to view this property, please phone our Property Management team on 02 6927 0900.
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