Great Investment Apartment with Stunning Darwin City & Harbour Views
This modern apartment of 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms in the heart of Darwin City offers expansive stunning views over the City and harbour. For the astute investor looking for a great investment with long term lease in place, this apartment is perfect! Situated on Knuckey Street, only a two minutes walk to Darwin Mall, cafes, bars and shops. It is city living at its best!
Features: Spacious open-plan living/dining area captures bright ocean views Enormous corner entertainers balcony with 270-degree outlook Modern kitchen with stone bench tops and s/steel appliances Built-in robes and stunning views to all three generous bedrooms Master bedroom features a luxury ensuite with twin vanity and large shower Immaculate modern main bathroom with separate bath and shower Split-system air conditioning and ceiling fans throughout Pool and gym in sought-after city complex; secure parking provided
This apartment complex has a resort-style swimming pool and a fully-equipped onsite gym. There are two carpark bays for this apartment. Secure modern complex. Great Investment!
Council Rates: Approx. $1500 per annum Area Under Title: 206 sqm Zoning: CB (Central Business) Status: Currently leased till September 2021 Rental Estimate: $640 per week Body Corporate: North Management Body Corporate Levies: Approx $2600 per quarter Settlement period: 30 days Deposit: 10% or variation on request Easements as per title: (none found)
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