Investors Please Take Note: This property is currently leased for $240 a week.
Looking for your first investment and not wanting to borrow too much?
Here's one worth looking at. A comfortable, 1 bedroom home unit with adjoining carport and private rear yard. Set back off the road and with easy access to all facilities, finding the perfect tenant shouldn't be a difficult task. With the expected weekly rental of $235 per week, this will work out to be a tidy little investment indeed.
As a first home for a single or couple, this could be just the thing. There's a reasonably sized, open plan kitchen/living space with wall mounted air conditioner and full-length built-in robes in the bedroom. There's even a separate storage room for those extra things. The combined laundry/bathroom does the job and as a reasonably blank canvas and there's heaps of scope to decorate and enhance the property to your own style.
At the rear there's a private little courtyard garden with gate to the adjoining carport.
The country owner has now decided that the unit must be sold so here's your opportunity. It's vacant and ready to go. If you're an investor, we could probably have a tenant lined up for you from the day of settlement so there will be no down time.
Call Bruce Woodberry on 0418844078 for a private inspection today.
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