Treacy Street, Hurstville

EchoRealty are proud to offer these ultra-modern apartments to Essential Workers brought to you by Aware Super. These apartments will be offered to Eligible Essential Workers at 80% of the market rent as part of Aware Super’s Essential Worker Affordable Housing program.

Features Include

Spacious light-filled spaces
Modern kitchens with stone bench tops and stainless-steel appliances
Rooftop terrace with BBQ facilities
Air-conditioning
Internal laundries with dryers
Modern bathrooms
NBN ready
Lift/intercom access
Modern bathroom
Secure parking available
Built-in wardrobes

The apartments are conveniently located close to shops, restaurants, schools, hospitals, Hurstville train station, and Westfield shopping centre. Other local amenities are also located nearby, including an aquatic leisure centre, cinema and gym. These modern apartments are approximately an 8-minute walk from Hurstville train station and within close proximity to bus connections. 

Eligibility criteria

Applicants must be employed as an Essential Worker in frontline services
Essential Workers who may be eligible are people who work in essential industries such as aged care, health care, education, emergency services, law enforcement and childcare.
Applicants must not own property that can solve their immediate housing need.
Applicants must fall within the following income limits:
Household Type
Essential Worker Income limits
Single Adult
$93,555
Sole Parent + 1 Child
$121,680
Sole Parent + 2 Children
$149,805
Sole Parent + 3 Children
$177,930
Sole Parent + 4 Children
$206,055
Couple (Two Adults)
$140,333
Couple + 1 Child
$168,458
Couple + 2 Children
$196,583
Couple + 3 Children
$224,708
Couple + 4 Children
$252,833

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Contact us today for more information:

info@echorealty.com.au

1800 my echo (1800 69 3246)

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Disclaimer: All information contained here is gathered from sources we believe to be reliable. However, we cannot guarantee its accuracy and interested persons should rely on their own enquiries.

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