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  • For Rent
  • 102/20-26 Leonard Crescent
  • $440 - $460 Per Week
  • 3394529
  • Balcony, Broadband, Built In Robes, Dishwasher, Ensuite, Floorboards, Outdoor Entertaining, Secure Parking, Solar Hot Water, Split System AirCon, Split System Heating,
Deanna Willinski
Mobile: 0481 741 186
Office: 03 9350 5588
Rental Department
Direct: 9350 5588
102/20-26 Leonard Crescent ASCOT VALE
BREATHTAKING CITY VIEWS......LIVE IT UP ON LEONARD!! A lifestyle of luxury and the ultimate in city fringe convenience awaits. Only Leonard Crescent gives you unprecedented access to all that is Ascot Vale. Sleek, stylish and prestigious this apartment is located in a prime position, right near the hub of Ascot Vale one of Melbourne's most historic suburbs. Close enough to the CBD for convenience yet set amongst the wonders and extensive green vistas of Flemington and the Maribyrnong River precinct, The Sainty Place Apartments are truly an inspiring address with everything at your doorstep, this location offers a myriad of social, education, lifestyle and entertainment options with numerous cafe's and dining options located within easy reach.
Two great sized bedrooms feature built in robes and plush quality carpets and are filled with natural light.
A striking bathroom and opulent ensuite provides a relaxing haven to unwind.
The galley style kitchen allows for interaction with friends and family with an open plan design- ensuring you have a fully customizable space of which to enjoy. Ensuring seamless indoor/outdoor entertaining via floor to ceiling glass doors to the terrace style alfresco balcony.

Highlights of this near new designer residence include- heating and cooling throughout, stainless steel appliances including dishwasher and gas cooking, concealed yet sizable laundry, low maintenance timber flooring, secure lock up car space, storage cage and breathtaking city views.
Pets considered upon application
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