Features: - Open plan design - Balcony - Eastern orientation - Practical Kitchen - Separate bathroom & laundry - Shower over bath - Allocated car space - Living size 58m2 - Total size 71m2 - Rates: $1,772 per annum (approx) - Body Corporate fees: $671 per quarter (approx) - Potential rental: $250 - $280 per week (approx)
Ideal for an investor or first home buyer, this 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom apartment is situated in a supreme complex and is within walking distance to local shops, schools and public transport.
Located on the second floor, the apartment is naturally lit in both the living and bedroom areas, give a feeling of openness. Accompanying these spaces are sliding glass doors leading out onto a balcony with views to the eastern countryside.
The kitchen is complete with electric stove and oven and offers plenty of storage. Parking worries are eliminated with a designated lock-up car space and storage space.
Ideal for those who desire a quality, low-maintenance lifestyle in a great complex.
To arrange an inspection contact Michael Edwards on 0415 977 448, firstname.lastname@example.org or Catherine McGeachy on 0410 774 821, email@example.com
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