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Situated in one of Inner South's most sought-after locations, in a quiet tree-lined street lies top floor apartment 44/34 Gosse Street.
Within metres of your front door, you are graced with the cosmopolitan offerings of old Kingston and Kingston Foreshore; their lively nightlife, culture and growing precincts. Venture a little further and you'll find a smörgåsbord of cuisine and entertaining options in Manuka and Barton. Directly across from Parklands on either side and Lake Burley Griffin. Feeling more energetic? Enjoy a game of tennis or take a stroll down to the historic Manuka swimming pool.
44/34 offers light filled living and a flexible floorplan making it a desirable property for anyone! Currently tenanted for $480 per week, this property can be purchased as an investment or with vacant possession - ideal for owner occupiers.
Features include: - Generous sized bedrooms, both with built-in robes - Light filled living space - Outdoor tennis court - Single car accommodation in underground car park - Located close to the Parliamentary Triangle, Fyshwick Markets the Old Depot Markets - Large balcony - Quiet complex - Easy walking distance to Kingston shops, the Kingston Foreshore, public transport and schools - Perfect for first home buyers, savvy investors, astute professionals
Particulars (all approx.) - EER: 5.0 - Body Corporate: $1059 per quarter - Periodic tenancy in place for $480 per week
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