Outstanding investment opportunity whole strata building
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A fantastic addition to any investment portfolio, this tightly held building of 4 x boutique strata title apartments assures endless appeal with an address set less than 200m from Artarmon Station. Identical One-Bedroom plus Study layouts are ideally versatile for busy professionals, who will enjoy the peace of the leafy neighbourhood setting and direct access to the shared north-facing garden. Take advantage of this highly sought-after location, where residents enjoy a thriving café and foodie culture and a fast commute into Chatswood and Sydney CBD.
* Full brick Art Deco building with four boutique apartments selling in one line * Identical layouts with central living zones attracting ample natural light * Each apartment provides direct access to the shared north-facing garden * One bedroom plus a study that can be used as a media or infant's retreat * Tidy original kitchens with scope to add value, gas cooking and heating * Each apartment includes a tiled bathroom with bathtub, shared laundry * Artarmon gets twice as many visits than NSW average on realestate.com.au * Lovely neighbourhood vibe, tree-line streets, Artarmon Library nearby * Great choice of shops, cafes and global eateries on both sides of the station * Artarmon Station is one stop from Chatswood and six from Sydney CBD
Current Rents Unit 1 $420 per week Unit 2 $350 per week Unit 3 $365 per week Unit 4 $350 per week
Approximate Areas: Unit 1: 50sqm Unit 2: 50sqm Unit 3: 50sqm Unit 4: 50sqm
Approximate Outgoings: Annual Council rates: $1,376.50 / unit Annual Water & Strata rates : $1,024.85 / unit
Strata Plan Registered: 1980
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