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THE ACE RESIDENCES OPEN DAY

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THE ACE RESIDENCES

RSVP today to attend The Ace Residences Open Day!

Now is your chance to join us near the site at The Berida Hotel, 'Ambrose Room' on Friday 12th April at 11.00am to learn more about this beautiful residential project soon to be completed in June 2024.

In the heart of old Bowral and the Southern Highlands, The Ace Residences is a curated collection of seven oversized residences that welcome individual style, nurture lifelong passion, and redefine low-maintenance living.

Limited spots available.

Register your interest by contacting

Corina Nesci | 0416 523 155

Karen Cain | 0429 233 455


Key Facts:

https://www.highlandproperty.com.au/property/1493816/103-kangaloon-road-bowral-nsw-2576/


About us:

https://www.highlandproperty.com.au/our-offices/


Contact details:

Kate Halliday

0439593800

khalliday@highlandproperty.com.au

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