Why own one, when you can own both. This outstanding opportunity has presented itself to the market when you can buy the complex and reap the rewards long term.
The units are a mirror image of each other and are a solid brick construction. Walk into the open plan living and dining areas which are a generous size. Tucked around the corner is a spacious kitchen that offers a good amount of bench and cupboard space.
Down the hallway are three bedrooms each with built in robes, with the master bedroom offering a double sized built in robe. The bathrooms have a separate shower and baths with the toilet off the laundry.
Both units have generous yards, however unit 1 offers a storage room/workshop and was recently refurbished. The complex has a calming outlook onto the bushland behind. Live in one and rent the other or rent both, either way you will have a solid rental return.
Unit 1 is rented for $460.00 p/w - Rented until 18/06/2021 Unit 2 is rented for $450.00 p/w - Rented until 04/05/2021
Council rates: $1,697.72 p.a. (each unit)
- The units are a mirror image of each other - Open plan living and dining areas - Three bedrooms in each units - Built in robes in all of the bedrooms - Generous yards for both of the units
Features include: Garden,Outdoor Entertaining,Shed,Fully Fenced,Builtin Robes
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