Cosy & convenient, this very affordable, 2 bedroom unit is located in the heart of the popular suburb of Scullin. This 1st floor apartment provides a lovely sunny aspect & plenty of space. It boasts well-proportioned bedrooms & a generous living area which flows onto a north-facing balcony with a pleasant outlook. The unit is suitable for both owner occupiers & investors looking to begin or add to their portfolio. Tenanted until January 2020 at $295 p.w., the rental return could well increase from its current, excellent gross amount of over 6%. It is located just metres from Scullin shops & minutes from Hawker shopping complex. The University of Canberra & Belconnen Town Centre are only a short drive or bike ride away.
Features: - Rental return of $295 p.w. with scope to increase with tenancy renewal - Neat timber-style flooring - Open & sunny lounge area with direct access to small private balcony - Tidy kitchen with abundant cupboard space, dishwasher & electric cooking - 2 bedrooms, 1 with double built-in wardrobes - Single carport space - Living: 65m2 approx. - Strata: $1,964 p.a. - EER 4
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