Available now for an astute investor is a perfect one bedroom apartment in the heart of Bruce. The 'Proximity' apartments are the perfect way to get your foot in the door as an investment, being extremely affordable and always in demand.
This one bedroom apartment comes tenanted and ready to go and is only minutes away from the University of Canberra, the Australian Institute of Sport, the Calvary Hospital and the Belconnen shopping district. The 'Proximity' complex also offers its tenants amenities such as a cafe and selection of shops including a hairdresser and convenience store. The property also has secure underground parking space, elevator, stairwell access and courtyards.
Inside, you will find reverse cycle heating and cooling in the living area, dishwasher and modern bathroom. There is a courtyard to both the main living area and off the bedroom. The tenant is great, paying $380 per week on a fixed term lease.
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Features include: - Single bedroom apartment in the heart of Bruce - Great rental yield at $380 per week - Modern kitchen with dishwasher - Reverse cycle heating and cooling - Secure underground parking - Secure balcony - Restaurant and bar and a range of other shops in complex
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