Lot 1211 Brentwood Forest Estate, Bellbird Park QLD 4300
SMSF Dual Occupancy
Land size: 472 m2 Building size: 216 m2
- Land is registered - Construction completed approx. Aug/Sep 18 - Estimated rent: $645/ week - Stage 26 Finch Release - Estimate Rates $1900pa - Stainless steel appliances inc dishwasher - Airconditioned to Family, Living & Bedroom 1 - Ceiling fans to beds 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 family & living - Roller Blinds to windows & sliding doors - Security screens to opening windows & slididng doors as nominated on drawings - Colourbond Roof - Plain concrete Patio - Separate water meter to unit 2 and power supply and conduit for NBN - 2 separate meters for power and water - 6 year structural guarantee
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