Block size: 5900 m² approx.Apartment size: 78 m² approx.On floor: 9 of 9
Fantastic Investment Opportunity in the Inner North
Located in the accessible and vibrant location of Braddon, this one- bedroom apartment presents a fantastic opportunity for the astute investor. The property is currently rented out for $440 per week until February 2020, generating a strong rental yield for the owner.
Set on the 9th floor, the apartment showcases a combined living and dining area with soaring views, which is overlooked by the well-equipped kitchen. The kitchen features stone benchtops, a moveable island benchtop, stainless steel appliances and ample storage space. The generously sized bedroom has a built-in-robe and also takes in the views out to Mount Majura and Mount Ainslie.
Additional features include a European laundry which affords space, a full-height linen cupboard, reverse cycle air-conditioning units and a large storage cage. The carpark allocation also well exceeds the standard size, so there is room to easily park a car and motorcycle in the unit's restricted carpark.
The Valonia complex features a gymnasium for resident's use and is ideally located on the fringe of the CBD. It is a short walk away from a Light Rail stop and moments from the eateries on Lonsdale Street and the city centre.
Contact James Carter today to arrange a private inspection.
- Top floor apartment (level 9) - Combined open plan living and dining area - Stone benchtops - Stainless steel appliances - Moveable island benchtop - Ample pantry space - Bedroom with built-in-robe - Fronting balcony with dual access - Views to Mount Ainslie and Mount Majura - Linen cupboard - European laundry - Reverse cycle units - Located in the Valonia complex
EER: 6 stars Internal Size: 63m2 (approx.) Balcony Sizes: 15m2 (approx.) Rates: $1,696 per annum (approx.) Land Tax: $1,933 per annum (approx.) Body Corporate: $4,930 per annum (approx.) Car: 1.5 car spaces with storage cage
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