What do you look for in considering your first Investment or addition to your portfolio? A healthy yield, large home and block, great location and excellent tenants... well 58 Menzies Street offers all this and more!
Spacious 3 bedroom brick veneer with plenty of space and potential to further improve, set on a wonderful 871m2 approximate block, in a family friendly established location.
Featuring a formal lounge, separate spacious meals/family room, master bedroom with ensuite, whilst all minor bedrooms have built in robes.
The kitchen offers good storage, a 5 burner gas cooktop and wall oven and a nice outlook to the backyard.
Gas heating and ducted evaporative cooling for year round comfort, and off the meals area a fabulous spacious elevated decked entertaining area.
A secure and spacious rear yard, double carport behind roller doors, and a fabulous under house lock up garage/workshop with lockable roller door – approximately 8 mtes x 15 mtes.
There is also an additional lock up under house storage shed, ideal for the bikes, toys etc, plus there is additional room for the boat or trailer.
Excellent tenants in place, willing to sign a New 2 year lease at $380.00 per week.
58 Menzies Street offers a great opportunity for the astute Investor, but there is only one, so you will need to act quickly.
Phone Terry on 0412 793 331 to arrange your viewing.
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