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Newly Furnished Studio Room for Rent in 124 Jurong East Street13(S)600124 SG $800

Posted By: lowyee

Date: Fri, 20 Nov 2020

Price: $800.00

Mobile: +601131744623

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Furnished Studio Room for Rent in 124 Jurong East Street13(S)600124 SG $800
124 Jurong East Street 13, 600124, Boon Lay / Jurong / Tuas (D22)
Separate Kitchen, Toilet and bathroom
Room Description:
Fully furnished, including Washer & Dryer,
-Wifi
-AirCon
-fridge
-Queen bed
-Cooking allowed
-Tv
Available now, Short/Long Stay lease
-High floor
Floor Size 1670 sqft
Tastefully Renovated
Walk one floor to the lift lobby
2-4mins walk to bus stop


(Will need 1 month deposit 1 month Rental)


Interested Kindly email me : lowyeechia@gmail.com/ WhatsApp me 601131744623
(Kindly send your information in English)




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