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PACE of Carnegie - 18 Woorayl Street, Carnegie

14-22 Woorayl Street, Carnegie. Image: PACE
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Building Type: 
Mid-rise
Number of Buildings: 
1
Floor count: 
12
Amenities: 
Garden Terrace
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Number of Dwellings: 
134
Nearby Public Transport: 
Carnegie Station

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