Two units on the one title offering 7.1% gross return on investment, or live in one unit and rent the other out. Here is an opportunity for the astute investor or first home buyer to capitalise on two well located apartments, positioned adjacent to the Hawker shopping centre, featuring a Woolworths and the fabulous Olive Restaurant. The one-bedroom Unit 26 is currently leased at $280 per week, while the two-bedroom unit 14, recently renovated, could be leased at $340 per week, assuring you of a strong return on investment. Situated with easy access to Belconnen Way, and only 3km from the shopping mecca of Belconnen Town Centre, with its bustling cafes, restaurants, cinemas and exciting lifestyle options. Generous living areas, modern kitchens, large bedrooms with built in robes, bathrooms with internal laundry, a sunny balcony for unit 14 with fantastic garden views, and a double car space with lock up storage complete this offering.
- Up to 7.16% gross return on investment at $620pw combined - 2 apartments on the one title, live in one, rent the other. - Renovated 2 bedroom top floor apartment currently vacant - Ground floor 1 bedroom apartment leased at $280pw - Stroll to Hawker shops, Woolworths, cafes and restaurants - 3km from Belconnen Town Centre
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