Unit for Sale
Quiet Position - Stylish Design
Property ID 1572879Located on the Chermside/ Kedron border, in a quiet tree-lined street, this north facing apartment features a unique design with 2 balconies, which makes it stand out from the crowd.
With a spacious deck off the living area, which receives great breezes and the morning sun, and a second balcony off the ensuited master bedroom, this is truly a property you must see!
Positioned just a short walk to everything you could possibly need, including an express bus to the city from the end of the street, and the hospital precinct and Westfield Chermside shopping being only a short stroll away, the location is perfect.
The property is situated on the first floor, in a small complex of 6, with low body corporate fees, and offers a projected rental return of approximately $340 per week; this unit makes for a solid investment opportunity at this price.
Call Graham Carter for more details on 0411 222 666.
Located about 10km north of the Brisbane CBD, Chermside is a well-established Brisbane suburb and is known for several local landmarks including the Prince Charles and Holy Spirit Northside Private Hospitals, Westfield Chermside and the very popular Kedron-Wavell Services club. While the suburb still has many weatherboard homes constructed during the 1950s and 1960s, many higher density developments have been constructed in recent years.
Unit and townhouse sales now make up over 60 per cent of residential sales in the suburb each year. Chermside residents have witnessed a renewal phase in the suburb's lifecycle assisted by the development of retail shopping facilities along Gympie Road and the relocation of the Australian Taxation Office as well as the development of the Northern Busway.
Westfield Chermside, the largest suburban shopping centre in Queensland, is the major retail anchor for all the surrounding suburbs and is the location of a major Busway station. With the development of the Northern Busway, Chermside is set to become Brisbane's next satellite city.
Residents are well serviced by a variety of restaurants, retail businesses and leisure facilities such as the Chermside aquatic centre and a number of schools. Investor activity is high in the area with a high proportion of rental dwellings in the suburb and healthy rental yields. 2007 and 2009 in particular saw higher than usual sales numbers in the unit market with the release of a number of new developments. Source: REIQ