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Elegantly Furnished Apartment for Rent in Havelock City
- 1400 sqft
- 2 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- Spacious Living and Dining
- Fully Air Conditioned
- Kitchen with Pantry
- Hydraulic Gas
- Maids Room & Washroom
- Parking Space
- 7 acre garden
- Swimming Pool
- Snacks bar
- Audio Visual Room
- Huge sitting area on the 2nd level
- Reception Hall Conference Hall for events
- 700m to Asian International School
- 500m to Elizebath Moir
- 1.4km to Vishaka Vidyalaya
- 1.4km to St. Peters College Bambalapitiya
- 1.7km to Lanka Hospital
- 800m to Keels Super centre
Rent per month : LKR 185,000
Payment terms : 3 Months rent upfront
Security Refundable Deposit : 3 Months rent
Minimum period of stay : 1 year
Legal Fees and stamp duty fee may apply.
Please get in touch with Mister T on 076 325 7736 or write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
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