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urnished studio for rent in 102 Jurong East Street 13 (S)600102

Posted By: sheepeh

Date: Mon, 12 Oct 2020

Price: $800.00

Mobile: +60169474054

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Newly fully furnished studio for rent in 102 Jurong East Street 13 (S)600102 SG$800
Separate Kitchen, Toilet and bathroom
Available now, Short/Long Stay lease
Floor Size 732sqm
Room Description:
-Location (Near Jurong East MRT)
-Smart Tv
-Queen bed
-Master room with private bathroom
-Waher & Dryer
-High floor
-Air Con
-Cooking allowed
Newly renovated unit on high floor
Fully furnished, including washer, fridge, induction cooker, etc
Free WiFi
Walk one floor to the lift lobby
3mins walk to bus stop

(Will need 1 month deposit 1 month Rental)
-Oven and Microwave provided in the kitchen.

Interested Kindly email me : WhatsApp me 60169474054
(Kindly send your information in English)

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