E.S.Q - 18 Lilydale Grove, Hawthorn East

E.S.Q - 18 Lilydale Grove, Hawthorn East. Image courtesy Locandro
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74.8sqm retail space, 150sqm communal rooftop
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Site Area: 
888.00 square metres
Nearby Public Transport: 
Auburn Station
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