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Adair Apartment, Perth

Seven minutes from Perth city, near to Mount Lawley‘s cafe strip and situated close to parks, shops and public transport, Adair Apartment is a smart, ground floor, fully furnished unit in a well maintained group on a quiet street.

In leafy Coolbina (Mount Lawley area), the two bedroom self contained apartment is handy to Edith Cowan University’s Mount Lawley campus. On the campus is the internationally renowned Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, where students stage superb public performances – jazz and classical music concerts, plays, dance seasons and visual arts exhibitions – almost year round, free or at very reasonable prices.

Other landmarks around the area include the Yokine reserve where joggers, cyclists and walkers enjoy peaceful surroundings, the Inglewood golf course, the new Inglewood recreation centre (including superb swimming pools and gyms), Alexander Tennis Club and Mount Lawley Senior High School and Tafe.

Around the corner is a group of family shops and nearby are two shopping centres, a hotel, restaurants and cafes.

For bookings and more information, please contact 0408 911 496. Checkin and Checkout times are flexible.

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