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looking for male tenants

Posted By: hajime.sakuma

Date: Wed, 24 Feb 2021

Price: $900.00

Mobile: +65 87825662

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🔹 331A Anchorvale Street
-Executive-studio looking apartment
-.2-minutes walk to Sengkang hospital and Anytime Fitness!
- 2-minutes walk to Farmway LRT
- 2-minutes walk to coffeeshop, Snips Cut Ave, Ustar supermarket and other amenties
- 5 minutes walk to ActiveSG gym, the swimming pool and Riverside park
- 10 minutes walk to Compass One and community centre
- Bus Services
110, 43, 83, 109, 119, 374
Facilities and services:
- Free wifi
- Netflix included
- Air-conditioning option avail
- State of art keyless door access
- 32" LED/LCD Sharp Smart TV
- Common fridge Minibar fridge allowed
- Modular wardrobe
- Trash&cleaning service options avail
- Microwave& Baking grade oven
- Alkakine Water dispenser
- Washer & Dryer (laundry powder included)
- Quality furnishings
- spacious, Functional layout
- Friendly living and clean environment
- Piano lessons available
- Wellness Coaching available (meal preps and personal training)
- great for expats and couples without children

Common Room Rates: S$900, S$1500 for twin sharing
- queen size bed (comfortable and 2 people can fit in )
- Electric fan
- A/C (Mitsubishi)
- Wardrobe (ample space)
- Study desk (spacious enough to put 2 laptops)
- Chair (business chair)

Master room rates:$1600
-mint condition hotel grade Sealy bed and bedsheet quality
-complete visual experience with 55” Sony smart TV and sound blaster system
-Well kept 3-door wardrobe
-In-room safe
-Separate IKEA shelf columns
-lkea cushion seats available
-hotel standard en suite bathroom

For fast response on your enquiry/viewing, WhatsApp 87825662

Misc services:
1)Alkaline water:$60/mth(average cost $2 per bottle of water worldwide)
2)Trash service:$300
3)Cleaning services if not shared:extra $300


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