ID:3808752/13 Springfield College Drive, Springfield QLD 4300
A gem to live in or invest
Centrally located in one of the best and most popular town house developments in Greater Springfield â the best master planned development in Australia, these quality town homes are rarely available and when they are they sell very quickly! Walking distances to schools, local shops, very close to Springfield train station, Orion shopping town and so much more. Only 40 minutes from Brisbane CBD by train. Always occupied in the last 10 years, never has problem to secure tenants. Facilities include the use of 2 swimming pools, BBQ areas and a gymnasium. This townhouse has three spacious bedrooms with a good sized tiled dining & lounge room. Kitchen has modern stainless appliances and dishwasher. The townhouse contains a private courtyard and extra storage underneath. Air conditioning is provided in the living areas. All bedrooms have ceiling fans and built in wardrobes with the main having an Ensuite. Remote controlled double garage with internal access. set on 229m2 block
Currently rented with a long term lease yield around 6%. Such a great investment property but it would be a great home if you want to move in, for those who love low maintenance living , entertaining and security.
Motivated vendors keen to sell, price negotiable.
To organise your personal inspection please call Charles. Internal photos indicative only. Taken of a similar style unit.
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