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NEWLY FURNISHED STUDIO IN 1 BUKIT BATOK STREET 25, SINGAPORE 658882 SGD$800

Posted By: taywei

Date: Tue, 24 Aug 2021

Price: $800.00

Mobile: +60146405985

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NEWLY FURNISHED STUDIO IN 1 BUKIT BATOK STREET 25, SINGAPORE 658882 SGD$800
1 Bukit Batok Street 25 Parkview Apartments Singapore 658882
Separate Kitchen, Toilet and bathroom
Available now, Short/Long Stay lease
Floor Size 900sqft


Queen Size Bed
AC
TV
Chair & Table
Shoe Cabinet
Bathroom with Water Heater
Wardrobe
Fridge
Microwave Oven
Induction stove
Washer & Dryer
Cooking is allowed
Free High Speed WiFi
Utilities Bills Already Included


This property is close to amenities like Giant(Bukit Batok East Avenue 3),NTUC Fairprice (Bukit Batok East), and NTUC Fairprice.
All available in 2-4 mins walk-able distance: Bus stop, MRT, Banks & ATMS, SuperMarkets, Gyms, Restaurants, Pubs & Bars


Studio is available
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(Will need 1 month deposit 1 month Rental)
No agent fees required
Utilities Bills Already Included


Interested please email me :taywehen@gmail.com/Whatsapp me : 60146405985
(Kindly send your information in English)




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