Block size: 255 m² approx.Villa size: 225 m² approx.UV: $210,000 (2019)
Rare opportunity to secure two homes in one!
Auction, 6:00pm 18th Dec, LJ Hooker Gungahlin
Possible combined rental income of $850 - $870 per week
Gross rental yield 6.2%
If investment potential and a prime location are high on your list of property must-haves, then you are guaranteed to love this impressive home. Featuring a main residence plus an additional self-contained studio, you could choose to live in one and rent out the other or offer both to the rental market and enjoy fantastic returns.
The two-storey main home features three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The kitchen sits in the heart of the lower level and boasts modern appliances while the light-filled dining and family room connects seamlessly to the outdoors.
There’s a living room, powder room, laundry and under-stair storage while upstairs offers three bedrooms. The master suite features a walk-in robe, balcony and an ensuite, the two secondary bedrooms have built-in robes and there’s a main bathroom with a separate bath, shower and toilet.
The good-size studio is currently rented and sits above the double garage offering its own entrance along with a bathroom and balcony.
Entrance to this contemporary home is via both front entrance on Gungahlin Place and rear lane to the double garage. You will live just steps from the renowned French Patisserie Le Bon Melange, perfect for picking up delicious coffee and treats while the Gungahlin town centre, shops and the light rail stop are only 500 metres away.
House features Main bedroom with ensuite and walk in robe 2 bedrooms with built in robes Lounge with feature high ceilings Open plan living with central kitchen Downstairs toilet Under stair storage Ducted heating & cooling Private courtyard
Studio features 1 bedroom room studio Open plan with kitchenette Ensuite Split system heating & cooling Currently rent at $310.00 per week
House living size: 126m2 Studio size: 49.8m2 Garage size: 50m2 EER: 4.5
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