City commuters looking to enter the market and astute investors ready to jump back in - don't let this opportunity pass you by! Ideal for those seeking low-maintenance living, this address is moments away from public transport and major arterial roads, schools, shopping centres and a vibrant Coorparoo lifestyle!
The apartment offers great views out to the City and suburban surrounds, creating a wonderful glimmering backdrop. Upon entry, there is great storage including a creative nook with lights for displaying your favourite knickknacks and photographs.
There is a central living and dining area with air-conditioning and peaceful outlooks from the sunny balcony. The kitchen is tidy with an electric cooktop, dishwasher, double sink and good storage.
There are two bedrooms with built-in robes. The main bathroom with a shower and an internal laundry services the home. There is a single lock-up garage downstairs.
With low body corporate fees and a highly sought-after location, this home has the potential for a generous rental yield.
It is only a short stroll to the Coorparoo Square precinct, Woolworths Coorparoo, boutique shops, cafes, restaurants, amenities and Coorparoo State School. There are city-bound buses that pass down Cavendish Road as well as Coorparoo train station, only 1km away. All of this and just 5km from Brisbane City!
Enquire today - speak to Fraser Bearcroft or Pat Ivey!
Features include: Air conditioning, Floorboards, Built in wardrobes, Internal Laundry, Dishwasher, Secure Parking, Balcony / Deck, City Views
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