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Unit 6, Cornish Street, Stepney

Nestled amongst a quiet group of courtyard homes Unit 6 has a manicured front garden, set behind a white picket fence in the highly sought-after area of Stepney.

Located within reach of local shopping precincts including The Avenues, Walkerville Village, Norwood Parade and several speciality shops, cafes, and health amenities.

Public transport is a short walk away, and for those who enjoy a leisurely walk, or picnic, Dunstone Grove and Linear Park adjoin the street.

Cornish street
  • Two spacious bedrooms
  • Main bedroom features built-in robe, ceiling fan and outdoor access to courtyard
  • Open kitchen/dining with large breakfast bar
  • Separate lounge area with feature electric fireplace
  • Single garage with automatic roller door and internal/external access
  • Rear garden with paved pergola area, garden beds and small garden shed
  • Undergoing refurbishment soon, possible opportunity to be involved

(RF) $515,000 

Resident Funded Unit: Refund at the end of lease is based on the new market value of the unit and considers period of occupancy.

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2 days ago

Gratitude Post! 🤗

Last month marked Anke and Ronny's 100th Musical Melodies performance in the community.

Their first performance was at West Park, and their 100th was also here. Anke and Ronny are always working on creating new melodies and perfecting the old favourites, playing ukuleles and banjoleles.

Tammy, the Community Connector Lead at West Park, shared, “So many of us come every month to tap along and sing along to the songs. We thank Anke and Ronny enormously for volunteering their time and bringing some sunshine into our Monday afternoons.”
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Gratitude Post! 🤗

Last month marked Anke and Ronnys 100th Musical Melodies performance in the community.

Their first performance was at West Park, and their 100th was also here. Anke and Ronny are always working on creating new melodies and perfecting the old favourites, playing ukuleles and banjoleles.

Tammy, the Community Connector Lead at West Park, shared, “So many of us come every month to tap along and sing along to the songs. We thank Anke and Ronny enormously for volunteering their time and bringing some sunshine into our Monday afternoons.”

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Congratulations Anke and Ronny, you are amazing.

Congrats