Welcome to 38/60 John Gorton drive, Coombs. Built in 2015, this immaculately presented 2 bedroom Unit is perfect for those entering the market or investors looking for a solid investment to add to their portfolio.
The home provides an open plan kitchen & living area. The living space leading directly onto the balcony, generously sized to accommodate outdoor furniture providing a lovely setting to enjoy warm summer evenings with family & friends. There are two well-appointed bedrooms, the master bedroom having access to a two-way bathroom essentially acting as an ensuite.
The complex offers an in-ground pool, with the warmer season approaching the timing couldn't be better. There is also a well-equipped secure gym, allowing you give up your membership & use the complex gym at your leisure.
This really is a great offering & priced well to attract a crowd at our open home. So please contact me for any additional information or to book in a private inspection.
Features include :
European style laundry (Dryer included) Dishwasher Plentiful bench space & cupboards in Kitchen Electric oven Electric cooktop Reverse cycle heating & cooling Large 2-way bathroom 14m2 private balcony Secure underground carpark (Internal lift access) Underground storage cage
Rates $1,492 pa Land Tax $1,678 pa Body Corporate $2,100 EER 6 Stars
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