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Diablo, Panama City, Panama

2 Bedroom / 2 Full Bath / Half Bath

Unfurnished

Price: 850  USD per Month

Apartment for rent in Diablo ($900 / month, negotiable), great location. Accesible by public transportation, 5 minutes by foot from nearest bus stop. Near to the stores in Albrook (El Rey, Deli Gourmet, etc) and Albrook Mall. Two rooms (one bathroom for each), kitchen and living room. ACs in the rooms and living room, a large refrigerator, stove, oven and dishwasher.

Besides cold and hot water, plus a sink. There is room for a small washing machine but the building has a machine and a dryer available. It also has two parking places indoors.

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