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Adelaide East Serviced Accommodation, Adelaide

Affordable family or business accommodation just 3km from the city centre in leafy and tranquil Toorak Gardens. This lovely triple fronted stone tudor home includes three bedrooms, kitchen, lounge, dining room, laundry, single bathroom and separate toilet. It is fully equipped with dishwasher, microwave, washing machine drier and ironing facilities. Property is fully air-conditioned and includes colour television, DVD and CD player. The house is within walking distance to public transport and elegant shopping at Burnside Village. Close to cosmopolitan cafes and shopping of the Norwood Parade, King William Road, Hyde Park or Unley Road.

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Bedroom one – one queen size bed. Bedroom two – one double bed, one rollaway bed. Bedroom three – one king size single bed, one single bed and a cot.


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