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Renting Near CBD/Town Apartment Loft Unit @ Alkaff Lakeview
Posted By: dominqueyue
Date: Fri, 8 Jan 2021
Mobile: +8515 9047 (whatsapp)
Renting Near CBD/Town Apartment
Loft Unit @ Alkaff Lakeview
Garden View, Condo/Apartment Style
Roof Top Garden facing Lake (@4th Floor)
Fully Renovated Instagrammable Living
3min Walk Woodleigh Mrt (Toa Pa Yoh GRC)
Near Town, Walkable to Top Schools
Cedar Girls, Maris Stella, St Andrew
Stamford America International Sch
Fully Furnished, Airconed (Timed)
Brand New EuroTop Orthopedic Bed
Brand New Furnishing
Internet (Wifi & Lan ready)
Privacy Film Garden View
Invisible Grill (Security)
High Ceiling (Airy Loft & Garden View)
Day & Night Curtains.
New Ceiling Fan
(Rice/ Instant items)
Washer/Dryer (Laundry Day Set)
Price: $1100 ( Negotiable / Feel Free to Offer), Incl Water & Electric Bills.
Tenancy: 6 Months (Extendable to 2 Years after Probation)
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