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32/23 Aspinall Street represents a lot of opportunities, and the first that springs to mind is a sanctuary for the first home buyer, who wants security, proximity to the city, and the chance to put their stamp on their home.
Located on the top floor in the northern end of The Karelia Park complex, Unit 32/23 gets the full benefit of the aspect, letting in light to the living area and kitchen, as well as the larger of the two private balconies.
The bedroom has a built in wardrobe and new carpets, as well as its own balcony, perfect for the afternoon gin, with views to the centre of the complex, one of the tennis courts, and the pool.
Unit 32/23 also has a massive car space, which provides greater flexibility than other units in the complex, as well as a secure storage space, located under the building in the secure carpark.
features .one bedroom, one bathroom top floor unit .new carpets throughout .located in the sought after Karelia Park complex .combined bathroom/laundry with spa bath .shared pool, two tennis courts, communal areas and recreation rooms .massive car space .6 star energy efficiency .excellent investment opportunity .short walk to EPIC farmers market entrance .flat walk or cycle to the tram .bus stop at entrance to unit complex .close proximity to Mt Majura walking and mountain bike tracks .easy exit to highway for south coast and Sydney
EER: 6.0 Living size: 57m2 approx plus 14m2 outdoor space. Land rates: 748pa approx. Body corporate: $3782.2pa approx.
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