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Adelaide Accommodation, Adelaide

A spacious three bedroom house minutes from the city centre and nearby cosmopolitan Norwood Parade where you will find a plethora of dining options and wonderful shopping opportunities, also adjacent Prince Alfred College.

Beautifully restored Federation house complete with ducted air conditioning and gas heating, tastefully decorated with period style furnishing. King, queen and king single beds, a bathroom with bath and walk in shower, separate dining, lounge, full kitchen and laundry (two toilets). Secure undercover parking for two cars, five metres walk to the bus, front and rear gardens.

Adelaide accommodation makes a wonderful base for families and friends who want to be on the cities doorstep. Nearby major hospitals, art galleries the zoo and botanic gardens, the Festival Centre and the National Wine Centre.

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One king size bed, one queen bed and two king single beds


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