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1607 High Society presents a great opportunity for astute investors seeking a high rental yield with tenants already in place! Start generating income from the first day at $520 per week.
Positioned in the heart of Belconnen, surrounded by Public Service buildings, University of Canberra, Westfields retail precinct and Calvary hospital, High Society is proving to be an ideal proposition to secure your next or first investment.
The Republic precinct houses this remarkable building where your tenant can indulge themselves in the provided facilities including a private cinema, shared work library, resort style outdoor pool, spa, sauna, snow fountain, yoga/meditation area, gym, kids space, chef's kitchen, Residence Marquees and sky park with outdoor BBQ's facilities.
If you want a strong yield in a great location with low rental vacancy, 1607 High Society is the perfect investment for you.
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Features: - 2-bedroom ensuite apartment located on level 16 - Both bedrooms with built-in wardrobes - Open plan living area - Private balcony - Smeg oven - Smeg ceramic electric cooktop - Smeg dishwasher - Abey undermount sink - LED recessed lighting - Currently rented for $520 p.w.
Explaining the offers over process: - To ensure a fair & equitable process, all offers are confidential. This gives our buyers peace of mind that we will not disclose an offer to another buyer in an attempt to force that buyer's intent. For guidance on when offers close and how best to submit an offer, please contact the agent directly.
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