Large apartment in quiet tree lined street overlooking park land
Located just a short 5 minute walk to the CBD, in the heart of Braddon restaraunt and coffee district. this spacious well maintained two storey apartment is perfect for the investor or first homebuyer. The open plan kitchen, dining and living area opens to a generous east-facing balcony, two bedrooms and one bathroom are located downstairs and there is a large master with ensuite located upstairs. This property features 115sqm internally and has two secure basement car spaces. Located within minutes of shops, restaurants and Braddons lifestyle amenities. Currently tenanted until 30 December 2019 for $570 per week.
- Three bedrooms with built-in robes, master with ensuite - Additional bathroom downstairs with bath and separate shower - Large kitchen with good storage - Open plan dining and living opens to balcony with leafy outlook - Intercom security system, excellent storage throughout - Private and quiet with no overlooking apartments - Reverse cycle units - Two basement car spaces - Within minutes walk to Braddons precinct and CBD - Currently tenanted until 30 December 2019 for $570 per week
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