222-226 Buckley Street, Essendon VIC 3040

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Local Government Area:
Moonee Valley (City)
Project Status:
Under Construction
Listing Type:
Residential
Building Type:
Low-rise
Estimated Completion Date:
Not Confirmed
Nearby Public Transport:
Essendon Station, Tram 57
Floor Count:
4
Number of Buildings:
1
Bike Spaces:
8
Car Spaces:
31
Number of Residences:
25

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mickoddy6
do you ave any units for sale in this complex thank you
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westyk
Hi I am interested in the floor plans of this development
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