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For Sale

Stylish, New and Spacious

Be the first to live in one these brand new boutique units! Modern interiors, clean lines and neutral tones accompany the stylish yet practical layout which enjoys a spacious open plan kitchen, dining and living space which opens out to a north facing timber deck - ideal for entertaining. Complete with two bedrooms with built in robes, central bathroom, separate toilet with basin, and the laundry is in the large single garage which features internal access. Double glazed windows, Daikin heat pump and a panel heater ensure comfort all year round. Set amongst Devonport's savviest locations where you can enjoy the convenience of being only a short stroll from local shops in the town centre, as well as the Mersey River walking track which leads you to the Bluff beach and Devonport's finest restaurants. These free-standing units are currently part of a private complex of three, and offer a low maintenance lifestyle so you can enjoy the finer things in life.

If you would like to find out more about this 2 bedroom unit for sale at 2/12 Lower Madden Street, Devonport, please contact Sharyn Crack from Harcourts - Devonport for more information. Alternatively you can hit the heart icon at the top of the page to favourite this property so you don’t lose track of it.

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