PERFECT OPPORTUNITY FOR BOTH FIRST HOME OWNERS AND INVESTORS
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• Dual street frontage - living spaces & balcony face east onto Tess St (quiet cul-de-sac). • Select 7-apartment complex, with quality 1990's double brick and concrete slab construction. • Impeccable sound proofing and insulation - very quiet. Reverse cycle air con: cools & heats. • Healthy Body Corp Sinking Fund and active Body Corporate Members, multiple owner- occupiers. • Rental history of long term occupants (2yrs+), up to $400/week • Current lease will expire Feb 2020.
• Surprisingly close (5 min walk) to the Yeerongpilly Train Station and Bus services. 10 minute walk to the State Tennis Center and its urban village (Yeerongpilly Green Development). • Inside Yeronga State School catchment. Close to shops, restaurants, parks, Yeronga Pool and other services. • 7km to CBD. Easy access to both Queensland and Griffith Universities.
Comfort for living:
• Open plan Dining and Lounge area lead onto balcony. • Morning sunshine and afternoon shade on entertainers balcony. Private and leafy. • Generous room sizes - two (2) bedrooms with Built-in-robes and additional storage. • Internal laundry for convenience • Full bathroom with bathtub, separate toilet with vanity. • Secure Garage and storage, with electric gate. • Well appointed for rental and comfortable living, but also ready to be redecorated to your taste.
Open houses and visits by appointment available at your convenience. Book your visit now!
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