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Novena! Private Lift! Full Condo Facilities! Cooking & Visitors Allowed! Beautiful Interior Design Condo Room!

Posted By: stephzy

Date: Tue, 7 Jul 2020

Price: $1,500.00

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Just bring luggage and move in - anytime before/on 1st Aug


We( French male and Chinese female) are looking for the fourth working professional to take up the common bedroom in our cozy apartment.
Bathroom will be shared with only one person Cooking & Visitors Allowed!


Condo has 4 bedrooms storeroom, huge balcony, Private Lift. Unblock city view, High Floor, and FULLY Furnished
- 2 min walk to Bus station,24 hours cheers;
- 7 to 10 minute walk from the Novena MRT and Novena Square.
- 15 mins bus to Orchard
- Direct bus to CBD


Full Condo Facilities include BBQ pits, Clubhouse, Fitness corner, Gymnasium room, Playground, Swimming pool, Steam Room, Jacuzzi




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