End of Lease Cleaning in Port Melbourne 3207
Port Melbourne 3207 end of lease cleaning services are without peer in the local area. Whether you are moving in or out of the Port Melbourne 3207 area, we are perfectly placed to help you today. We take the hassle, time and prohibitive cost (check out our great prices) that comes with having to make your tenancy up to scratch. Gone is the anxiety about not getting your bond back or if you are a landlord, having to clean your rental property yourself. We provide the service you need.
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Places of interest in and around 3207 Port Melbourne
Close to the city centre, Fishermans Bend in Port Melbourne is a well-situated business location near the Yarra River, at the south-western edge of the central city, Port Melbourne 3207. This dynamic and growing precinct offers 7 square kilimeters of industrial-zoned land, suitable for manufacturing, research and development of the service-sector. It is home to some large manufacturing businesses such as Holden and Boeing, as well as a location for a number of leading biotechnology research institutions.
Appleton Dock is an old part of the Docks, a favourite gathering point for tourists located in Port Melbourne 3207.
Garden City is a locality within Port Melbourne and the City of Port Phillip, Port Melbourne 3207. It started in the 1920s as a planned "garden suburb" similar to those built in Britain a few years earlier during the Garden City Movement. The early development was built as a low-cost housing by the State Bank, with later additions of public housing by the Housing Commission of Victoria. It comprises of semi-attached double-storey houses arranged around a series of public open spaces in a distorted Beaux-Arts layout. Contrary to a popular belief, the "Bank Houses" have never been used as public housing and as they have always been in private hands. The "Bank Houses" area later became known as "nobs hill", a reference to the relative wealth of their occupants, compared to the residents of the clinker brick public housing that was added later. The Housing Commission area was known as `Little Baghdad`.