Room for rent

170a Punggol Field (D19)

5-room HDB

TOP: 2014

Punggol Field

Singapore 821170

Posted on Mar 8, 2020

S$ / month Negotiable

 No Agent Fee

sqm

S$ psm

Shared Bathroom

Fully furnished

Available on Apr 1, 2020

One common room available for rent at The Nautilus @ Punggol BLK 170A

The Nautilus @ Punggol BLK 170A, Punggol Field, bright and clean high Floor 5-room flat with common room ready to move in.
Kitchen equipped with cabinets, microwave oven, fridge and washing/drier machine. Great move-in condition. No cooking allowed, light microwave cooking is ok.
Amenities, Eateries and Mall nearby: Stone throw away from Punggol Plaza, Punggol 21 CC, Mouth Food court and NTUC Fair Price. Minutes to PAR Golf Range @ Punggol East, Container Eat out at Tebing Lane, Punggol Promendage Riverside Walk.
Walking Distance to 2 LRT ( Coral Edge / Riviera ). 30 seconds walk to bus stop, bus number 3, 34, 50, 62, 62A,82, 83, 85,381,386, 666 & 6N. There are 6 bus stops near BLK 170A.
New queen size mattress with AC, TV, study table and high speed fiber optic internet ready to Move-In condition. Fully furnished with built in wardrobe. Rent is $700 for single $900 for 2 person inclusive of utility. No Agent Fee.

Stevie
Stevie
9666 1796

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