Centrally located unit only footsteps to the heart of the city.
This unit would suit the first homeowner or the astute investor looking to capitalise on the generous returns available for this type of property. Unlike most units in this complex, this is a full one-bedroom property rather than a studio with a sliding door. It also comes with a well-equipped kitchen and an open plan living and dining area. The bathroom is a clever use of space with the combined laundry. There is an extra study nook with loads of storage to help manage living in a one-bedroom unit.
* Fully tiled throughout * Study nook and extra storage * Private balcony * Secure parking for one car * Roof top pool and sitting area * low maintenance living at its finest
First home owners could possibly own this property for less than they are paying in rent. Investors could see significant returns with a rental appraisal of $250 - $270 per week. This property is in great condition and is well worth a look. Book your inspection today.
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