• Rented to long term tenants - this property has been split into 4x2 bedroom units in a highly sought after pocket of Coorparoo. Positioned amongst quality homes - there are endless opportunities to sit and reap the rental return, or as the home is post-war - you could demolish and re-develop the block with your dream home.
All of the units have polished floorboards through the living areas and carpeted bedrooms. They are all air conditioned and 3 of the 4 units have sizable courtyards.
The current rental return is as follows Unit 1 - $320 Unit 2 - $300 Unit 3 - $340 Unit 4 - $350
The complex is very low maintenance and would suit a self managed super fund.
Investors, do your sums and make sure you are in a position to buy - as opportunities like this are rarely found.
Please contact Nathan Carter or Mel Christie for further information.
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