Stretching from one side of the building to the other, this spacious 111sqm 2BR unit has a generous balcony on each side, giving plenty of living and entertaining options.
Currently leased to an A-list tenant until May, non-investors can enjoy 4.3% returns until then, or submit to the temptation of investing longer term in what is quickly becoming Liverpool's favourite rental destination for discerning health-care professionals.
The spacious air conditioned living room spills onto the larger of the balconies, making it perfect for outdoor dining, and an open plan gourmet gas kitchen will satisfy the master-chef within. As a bonus for shift-workers, the two large bedrooms are set away from the living areas, and the main boasts ensuite. Bathrooms are chic, ceilings are high, and quality abounds throughout. Foyers and gardens are capacious, security is top-notch, and it's all situated in the heart of Liverpool, just 400m to the hospital and Westfields, and a 10 min stroll to the train station. Brilliant!
If you are entering the market, investing or right-sizing, this stunning apartment is a refreshingly different option for savvy buyers. Call Steve Roberts now.
Features include: Air Conditioning,Built-In Wardrobes,Close to Schools,Close to Shops,Close to Transport,Security Alarm,Secure Parking,Terrace-Balcony
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