Endless Potential in One Of Australia's Fastest Growing Suburbs*
Updated throughout and boasting light-filled living, this ground floor apartment offers a functional floorplan showcasing open plan living spaces and main bedroom with access to bathroom. Located only a stone's throw to local shops, bus stops, parkland and arterial roads. Whether you are a first home buyer, savvy investor or downsizer, everyone is going to be a winner with Karabar tipped to experience 28.8% growth over the next five years*.
The Owners' Favourite Part: Renovated interiors and light filled living.
Features; - Sun drenched kitchen/ living - Good sized kitchen with plenty of cupboard space - Large main bedroom with ensuite access to bathroom and internal laundry - One allocated car space - Perfect for astute investor or first home buyer - Close proximity to local shops, bus stops and arterial roads.
Particulars (all approx.); - Year Built: 1970 - Council Rates: $ 410pq - Body Corporate: $ 200pq - Rent Estimate: $250 per week - Gross Rental Yield: 7.67%
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Queanbeyan South Public School, QueanbeyanPrimary School
Karabar High School, QueanbeyanHigh School
Queanbeyan District Hospital & Health ServiceHospital