Freehold building consisting of 12 residential units + 7 strata apartments in adjoining block. Adjacent residential strata building comprising of 7 out of 8 lots. Completely under-capitalised, combined current rental income of $387k per annum. (approx.) Future amalgamation, refurbishment or development opportunity. (subject to council approval)
Inspections will be held on Wednesday's & Friday's at 11:30am 12:00pm ending on Friday 27th May.
The auction will be held on Tuesday 31st of May at Homely Auctions, 33 Bay Street, Double Bay at 5:00pm. (Unless sold prior)
In conjunction with Harris Tripp Jay King 0402 005 020 www.harristripp.com.au (02) 8752 4522
No open inspections scheduled.
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