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B-Central Apartments - Student Accommodation Caulfield

OPEN FOR INSPECTION: Inspections will commence 24th of October 2016 and will continue on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays between 1:10pm to 1:40pm (excluding Public holidays and 31/10/16) As new spacious, stylish & modern fully furnished student only apartments. Featuring security entrance, 'live in' lead tenant, communal laundry. Retail shops on ground floor. Bus and tram stops at door step. Secure car parking available for rent. The studio apartments feature: Heating, some with Air-conditioning Private kitchen with gas cooking Private bathroom Built in wardrobe Study desk and chair BigAir WI-FI broadband at student discount rate - NO contract, NO phone line required!! Rental prices from $240 per week. Gas usage included in rental. Many units also feature large balconies.

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