Excellent Investment Just Moments Away From the CBD
Currently tenanted at $635 per week until 28th January 2020
This light and bright fully furnished apartment is positioned on the first floor in this boutique complex and will be sure to impress live in owners and investors alike.
A kitchen furnished with stone bench tops and stainless steel appliances, generous segregated bedrooms, open plan living and lift access are but some of the features on offer.
This complex also has a very active body corporate and the building has recently gone through a refurbishment.
With a vast array of cafes, restaurants, bars and retail shops just moments away from your door step; and also being positioned just minutes away from the CBD and the Australian National University, this apartment will be sure to tick a lot of boxes and is definitely a must to inspect!
Apartment size: 87m2 approximately Balcony size: 7m2 approximately Body corporate fees: $1,612.19 per quarter Rates: $1814 per annum approximately Land tax: $2432 per annum approximately (only if rented)
Property features: . Lift access . Segregated bedrooms . Kitchen furnished with stone bench tops . Stainless steel appliances . Dishwasher . Reverse cycle air conditioning . Single basement car park and storage . Light filled open plan living . Only 32 apartments in the complex
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