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2 bedroom furnished apartment accommodation in North Ryde by Furnished Properties.

This property is located on Fontenoy Rd just minutes from the North Ryde shopping centre, and within easy access to Macquarie University, Lane Cove Road and Epping Road

In fact everything is included right down to the towels and linen, all you need is your suitcase.

We look forward to welcoming you to our furnished apartment accommodation in North Ryde.

Accommodation and Facilities
Full Set of Linen and Towels Provided
Full Set of Cutlery, Pots, Pans including all Cooking Utensils
Iron, Ironing Board, Vacuum Cleaner
Washing Machine, Dryer, Dishwasher
Plasma TV
Air Conditioning
Wifi Internet Available

 "SERVICED" - We offer fully furnished corporate and holiday rentals including linen and towels. There is no daily housekeeping.

Map & Directions

93 / 1-15 Fontenoy Road, Macquarie Park, NSW, Australia


The M2 Hills Motorway passes through North Ryde en route to the Lane Cove Tunnel motorway, and then the Gore Hill/Warringah Freeway, Sydney Harbour Bridge, and Sydney CBD. Lane Cove Road (A3), traverses North Ryde from north to south, linking Sydney's North Shore to Homebush Bay and Sydney Olympic Park. Epping Road runs west to east and crosses the Lane Cove River Bridge to link the City of Ryde to the Municipality of Lane Cove. North Ryde is serviced by public buses, primarily the Routes 285-297, 506, and 534-535 which criss-cross the district. Private shuttle buses provide local and Airport services.

North Ryde railway station is an underground railway station on the Epping to Chatswood railway line that opened in 2009. It is located close to the intersection of Epping Road and Delhi Road, near the M2 Motorway. During the steam era, there was a proposal to build a railway station in North Ryde near the intersection of Coxs Road and Wicks Road, but the Epping-St Leonards Railway was never built.

The intersection of Epping and Pittwater Road was once destined to be a major junction of part of "Sydney's Missing Roads" until the cancellation of the North Western and Lane Cove Valley Expressways in the late 1970s. The Eastwood County Road (also referred to as Silverwater-North Ryde route or the Ermington-Epping Rd link) was also proposed, with the corridor remaining reserved today.

The intersection of Epping Road and Lane Cove Road was originally planned to be Australia's first "clover leaf" intersection. Land on all four corner of the intersection had been acquired for the flyover loops. However, as construction of the Epping Road main bridge deck progressed, the loops were dropped, leaving it as a traffic light¿controlled intersection under the overpass. The land on the four corners has since been re-utilised, one being a Medical Center, another an office building. This is now one of the most congested roads in Sydney

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