If you are looking for a blue-chip investment in the CBD, convenient to occupy yet easy to rent out, look no further! Nestled on George street, unit 38 is located within Mid City, part of the CBD with a 'never sleeps' vibe.
Midcity, popular with professionals and hospitality workers alike, is home to some of the best real estate in the city. A short stroll would take you to QVB, Pitt Street Mall, Town Hall, and further onto Darling Harbour and Darling Square. Head down South and follow your nose, and you will find Chinatown, Market City, and Darling Square, a brand new cultural hub home to world-class dining and laneway bars.
Unit 38 makes an attractive choice for investors as it's a low-maintenance rental due to the location and low outgoings. The Summit is a well-maintained complex with the owner's corporation keen on up-keeping the building and keeping levies at bay.
This modern apartment sits high on the 11th level and features a large living area, a modern kitchen, and a queen-sized bedroom that opens up to the balcony.
Unit 38 can be defined by a spacious open layout featuring a combined lounge/dining space, floor-to-ceiling windows to capitalise on the afternoon sun and the city views, and a generous-sized kitchen and bedroom.
• Open plan living/dining area extending out to the balcony
• Spacious balcony with glass railings ensuring uninterrupted city views
• Spacious bedroom with double mirrored built-in wardrobe
• Gas kitchen with stainless steel appliances
• Fully tiled bathroom featuring a shower and a bath - it's always nice to have the option to
take a bath
• Internal laundry, intercom
• Access to building facilities fully equipped gym, full lap swimming pool, sauna, and spa
• Onsite building management/security
Total Area: 68m2
Outgoings (per quarter)
20/01/2023 - Lease Term: 26 Weeks - Weekly Rent: $640pw
To make an offer on this apartment or to arrange a private inspection, please contact Cintia Elkhoury on 0410 434 979 or email [email protected].
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