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Dual key private entrance en-suite room in River Valley

Posted By: bill.tan

Date: Mon, 19 Oct 2020

Price: $1,400.00

Mobile: +65 98181456

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Dual key private entrance fully furnished room with condo facilities. Great location, close to Malls, bus stop and MRT. Includes, wi-fi, water n electricity, micro wave, mini fridge and TV for singles only. No cooking allowed, micro wave, TV and mini fridge
Clean and very private room.

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