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$300 Per Week
Unit 3/487 Ryrie St, East Geelong, VIC, 3219, Australia
1Bedrooms
1Bathrooms
1Carspots
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About this Property

This cozy one bedroom unit is conveniently located in East Geelong with only a short distance to Geelong CBD.

Comprising of:

*Large bedroom with built in robe
*Kitchen with all gas appliances and ample storage
* Bathroom with a shower, basin and toilet
*Separate internal laundry
*Single carport
* Split system in Lounge room


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Kelley Campbell

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+ 61 0472 643 426
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