Ideal dual living, investment or work from home opportunity easy walk to Buderim Village!
Situated on a premium 809sqm block within easy walking distance to Buderim Village, shops, cafés and Tavern, this property offers a unique layout that lends itself perfectly to someone requiring separation for extended family, or a work from home office.
Currently rented until April 2021 with good long-term tenants in place, the existing rental income is $680 for the property. Featuring four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and plenty of off-street parking, the property has been updated over time and is neatly presented.
Perfectly located for easy access to the motorway, University or the Sunshine Coast Health Precinct, you also have a flat walk into Buderim Village where you can enjoy a meal at the Tavern, sample a coffee at one of the many wonderful cafes, or pick up groceries at the Woolworths shopping centre nearby.
Blocks this size so close to the Village are becoming harder to find... so please call to arrange your private inspection today.
- Generous 809sqm allotment in total - Plenty of off-street car parking, walk to the shops and cafes - Private and secure with security screens and ceiling fans - Fully fenced yard with two garden sheds for storage - Well located for schools, transport and parks - Easy motorway access a one hour drive to Brisbane Airport - Close to both the University and the Sunshine Coast Health Precinct
Features include: Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Close to Shops, Close to Schools, Carpeted, Solar Hot Water, Study
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