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Fully furnished studio for rent in 117 Jurong East Street 13 (S)600117

Posted By: sangah

Date: Tue, 30 Jun 2020

Price: $800.00

Mobile: +60149505114

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Fully furnished studio for rent in 117 Jurong East Street 13 (S)600117
Separate Kitchen, Toilet and bathroom
Size : 1756sqft
Fully furnished, including washer,dryer,Tv, fridge, induction cooker, etc
Free WiFi with aircon
Quiet, greenery view
Cooking is Allowed
Walk to Jurong East Mrt, Bus Interchange
Walk to JCUbe, Westgate, Jem Shopping Mall
Walk to Bus-stop
Available now, Short/Long Stay lease
Eateries, amenities
Available : Immediate


Studio is available
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Rent:$800 SGD/Month (All Bills Included)
No agent fees required if interested


Interested please email me :howsangah@gmail.com/Whatsapp me : 60149505114




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