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Stylish One Bedroom Apartment (Affordable Housing)

205/19 Short St, Homebush NSW 2140

Discount to market
20% (approx.)
Accommodation Type
Apartment / Unit
Maximum occupants
Minimum occupants
Number of premises available:
(Up to) 1

Stylish and spacious, this deluxe security apartment enjoys a convenient location close to George Street eateries, shops and transport.

Features include:

-Generous bedroom with built-in wardrobe.

-Stylish kitchen with dishwasher & gas cooking.

-Open plan lounge & dining with hardwood floors.

-Covered balcony enjoying an elevated outlook.

-internal laundry with dryer

-Air conditioning

-Security parking with lift access.

Within walking distance to Homebush Train Station, cafes, local schools, bus and local amenities.

Inspection Details

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Eligibility Criteria

This discounted property is subject to eligibility criteria specified by the NSW Affordable Housing Ministerial Guidelines.

To qualify for this property, you must meet the following eligibility criteria:

Gross household income limits as follows:
  • 1st Adult
  • Each additional Adult
  • Each child
Residency requirements:
  • Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident
  • Resident of NSW
Other requirements:
  • In housing need
  • No assets or property which could reasonably be expected to solve your housing situation
  • Currently employed
Occupancy criteria:
  • Maximum occupancy of 2 people

Eligibility Criteria


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