Presenting a fantastic opportunity for investors, this dual key property has great potential currently returning $650 per week.
Constructed in 2016, the adjoining homes have separate, north-facing backyards, a single garage each and private entries.
The three-bedroom villa has open plan living, decent kitchen with dishwasher and electric appliances, main bedroom has ensuite and walk-in-robe and the other two bedrooms both have built-ins and a spacious main bathroom in between. The covered outdoor area comes off the dining room with a gently sloping yard.
The smaller villa has a main bedroom with built-in-robe, second bedroom or study, open plan living and kitchen. Access to the outdoor area and backyard is through the laundry.
A fantastic property to set and forget, organise your private inspection with Jemma on 0499 555 843.
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