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Carrington Gardens, Adelaide

Carrington Gardens is a large apartment complex located in the city central business district of Adelaide. Fully furnished, self contained two and three bedroom apartments. Open plan living gives a feeling of space and light. Situated within walking distance to Hutt Street cafes and restaurants, the Adelaide Central Market, Rundle Mall for shopping and Rundle Street for dining. Ten minutes walk to the Adelaide Convention Centre and Adelaide Festival Theatre Centre. The free City Loop Bus is just around the corner. All apartments are large and spacious with full kitchen, laundry, private amenities and balconies. Tennis court, spa and sauna.

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Two queen beds or one queen and one single bed.


One queen bed and three single beds.


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