Fantastic Investment Opportunity - Exceptional Long Term Tenant...
Lifestyle - For those in search of a secure addition to their investment portfolio, look no further! This well presented townhouse, perfectly located in the heart of ever-popular Springwood, is an ideal investment. Located at the back of the complex, it offers an easy income with an exceptional, long term tenant in place paying $295 per week. The complex is one of the best in this location with security gate access, large pool area and close to public transport. Local shops, schools and all amenities are within easy reach, as is the M1 for all transport links.
Accommodation - This neat and tidy townhouse offers an easy living flow with the lounge room and dining nook positioned adjacent to the kitchen, laundry and powder room. A paved courtyard at the rear is the ideal spot to enjoy a quiet cuppa. Upstairs you'll discover the two generously proportioned bedrooms along with the bathroom.
Features - This unit has ceiling fans in both bedrooms as well as in the lounge room. A single carport is positioned in the front and the complex itself is very quiet. The wonderful tenant has been there for several years and has just signed another one year lease. This investment just makes sense! Contact Kati Hempenstall today for more information.
Features include: Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Close to Shops, Pool, Close to Schools, Courtyard, Swimming Pool - Below Ground
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