This renovated 3-bedroom townhouse presents great value to the discerning investor. Set in a very neat and quiet court location walking distance to Wodonga's thriving town centre filling vacancies will never be an issue. With potential returns of $330 - $340 p/w this adds up as a smart addition to the portfolio. Solid brick construction with off-street parking and a single lock-up garage together with rear garden and direct access to the High-Country Rail Trail makes this a unique proposition and is ready for the perfect tenant or homeowner.
First inspection available Saturday 6th Feb 12 midday.
• 2 Bathrooms • Gas heating • Reverse cycle air-conditioning • Private rear yard • Lock up garage
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