Investor's pick with a fixed term lease and high gross return
Approximately 6% gross return with the property currently tenanted at $520 per week on a fixed term lease agreement until December.
Located in the reputable Kianga complex in Harrison, this modern light filled apartment is an ideal investment opportunity. Or you could make it your own by having the rental income until the end of the year, and a new start in the new year in your new spacious abode.
The apartment is easy care and low maintenance with timber floors throughout the living areas and bedrooms and tiles in the kitchen and wet areas. The good size kitchen is open plan with gas cooktops and electric oven and flows into the main living room. Sliding doors open up to an entertainer’s balcony and lets plenty of fresh air inside.
Four great sized bedrooms, the main with built in robe, ensuite and north facing, perfect for unwinding at the end of a busy day. The other three rooms are good size, two with built in robes and all with views to the neighbouring park provide quiet areas to retire to.
Close to local amenities such as Franklin shops across the road, and Gungahlin Town Centre only a short drive away, you are spoilt for shopping choices. The Light Rail is literally on your door step, so commuting to the city, Dickson or Gungahlin is made very easy.
Features of the home are:
- Split system Air-conditioning and heating unit - 4 good size bedrooms 3 with built in robes - Light rail at your doorstep - Sliding doors opening up to two balconies letting in light - Low maintenance living - Open plan kitchen, dining and living area - Gas Cooktops and Electric Oven - Currently tenanted until December at $520 per week - Low Body Corporate $506 per quarter
Please contact Mathew Kocic on 0432 146 159 to book a private inspection.
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