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159/11 Potter Street, Waterloo.

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Immerse yourself in an exceptional living experience

This Stylishly two-bedroom apartment situated in the heart of active lifestyle inner-city precinct of Waterloo, offering space, comfort and convenience. This apartment is footsteps to local cafes, restaurants, Danks Street Shopping Plaza and transportation. Features - Bright, light-filled open-plan living and dining rooms with access to the balcony - The main bedroom has an ensuite with a separate shower and bathtub - Large, oversize bedroom with built-in robes - Ducted air conditioning system in the living & bedroom area - Gym, sauna and swimming pool facilities - Swipe card access and security intercom - Onsite Building Manager - Shop local at nearby Aldi, Coles or East Village's gourmet hub - The world-class facilities of Gunyama aquatic centre are steps away - It's an easy walk to multiple bus services and Green Square station - If golf is your thing, it's a quick stroll to Moore Park Golf Course Disclaimer: The information presented has been furnished from sources we deem to be reliable. We have not verified whether or not the information is accurate, do not accept any responsibility to any person, and do no more than pass it on. All interested parties should rely on their inquiries to determine the accuracy of this information.

Principal
June Tao
Sales Manager
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Property ID
208P1255
Property type
Apartment
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Waterloo is an inner-city neighbourhood that’s full of juxtapositions. Fast emerging as a stylish address, Waterloo is situated on the edge of expansive Moore Park. Warehouse cafés, art galleries and designer stores are becoming the norm in a neighbourhood that still has echoes of its industrial, working-class past. 

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