Light filled and spacious, 2/1 Eardley Street presents an amazing opportunity for both investors, first home buyers and downsizers looking for that ideal apartment that is just that little bit different from the rest. Boasting a generous 84m2 (approximate) floor plan with adaptable living features, this stylish apartment affords a comfortable and private lifestyle with the convenience of being so close to everything you could need. Entertaining in easy with an expansive living space which flows effortlessly out to a covered balcony with peaceful views of Bruce's iconic 'Pink Lake'.
Bathed in natural light, the segregated floor plan provides two well proportioned bedrooms both with built ins, 2 bathrooms and secure parking for 2 with cage storage.
Currently leased with very attractive rental returns of $500 per week.
With a short commute to the UC, ANU, Westfield Belconnen, local coffee shops and parkland - quality facilities are just outside your door.
Private and secure complex Spacious open plan living Large kitchen with granite benchtops Two bedrooms containing BIR's Two bathrooms Two secure car parks and storage cage Daikin split system air conditioning units to living room and master bedroom Fisher and Paykel appliances including dishwasher Stone benchtops to vanities Adaptable living features Security Intercom Downlights to living area Large tiled balcony with views of the water and bushland
Residence: 84m2 (approx)
Rates: $1518.92 p/annum Land Tax: $439.82 p/qtr Body Corp: $1406.15 p/qtr EER: 6
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Block size: 2735m² (approx)
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