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“Time warp” unit left to St Vincent’s

By Taylor and Partners Reception

“It’s a real time warp — particularly the kitchen and bathroom,” says Selling agent Walter Burfitt-Williams, director at Ray White Taylor & Partners.

“It’s just so unusual to get something so untouched since when the owner moved in way back in 1959.”

Few pictures exist of the generous nurse, although a portrait of her on the wall of the apartment shows a woman in her late 30s.

The living area opens to a covered balcony with iconic harbour views.

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Author: Stephen Nicholls

Publication: Wentworth Courier

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