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32 days ago

Two double bedroom executive apartment

Neil from Auckland Central

Two double bedroom executive apartment on Level 3 with two bathroom is available for medium-term or long-term, located in The Parc, Viaduct Harbour, Auckland Central Business District (CBD).

Available from end of this month, September 2020.

Ideal for professional, couple or young family, looking for open plan living with large balcony, overlooking park grounds with mature and swimming pool/gym complex. Quiet and secure location with warm afternoon sun.

Contact Neil for viewing.

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