Unit 3 of 48 Sapphire Crescent is a little beauty! It’s a tidy two-bedroom apartment just waiting for you to put your stamp on it! If you’re looking to enter the property market, downsize, secure an investment property or turn your hand at a property ‘flip’, then 3/48 Sapphire Coast Drive is the one for you.
Set at the end of the court, Unit 3 is quiet and private with level living throughout. The kitchen is modern and functional and adjoins the light filled dining and lounge area. Both bedrooms are a good size with built-in-robes. There’s a full bathroom with separate toilet and separate laundry. Out the front is a small, sunny deck while the backyard is also sunny (with a lovely lemon tree yielding a generous bounty!). 3/48 Sapphire Coast Drive also has an enclosed single lock-up garage.
This little beauty has a stellar location close to town with the supermarket and bowlo just a step and a jump away! Tura Beach is just over the hill while all the services and shopping, beaches and bays of Merimbula await you on your doorstep.
With very low body corporate fees 3/48 Sapphire Coast Drive is a true ‘little beauty’ for the buyer who recognizes potential. This could be a perfect ‘first home’, a comfortable downsize for singles or couples, a sound investment producing steady rental returns or – for the more adventurous among us – an opportunity to ‘face lift’ or fully renovate. Perhaps this little beauty is your holiday cottage – the perfect weekender for those looking to escape the rat race… Whatever potential you can see, be sure to get in quick before this little beauty is snapped up!
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