You won't find another apartment like this! Featuring 3 bedrooms, a recently updated bathroom/ laundry, your own private courtyard, and spectacular views.
Currently leased at $240 per week, with the tenant happy to stay and pay significantly more, should an investor be interested. Vacant possession is also available.
Flexible floor plan, with large room downstairs, featuring a private courtyard off it, currently used as a massive bedroom; a smaller second one on the main level, and a large upstairs room, ideal for a teen's bedroom or a separate living area. All three rooms have built-in robes.
Open-plan lounge and dining, with reverse cycle air conditioning to keep you cozy all year round.
Refurbished kitchen, with electric cooking, range hood and great views.
Recently updated bathroom/ laundry, with shower and toilet.
Each apartment has a dedicated car space, and there is ample visitor parking.
Perched high on the hill, with large open grassed areas and good carparking, there is a real feeling of space to the complex, and there are views of new estates and rolling green countryside for miles.
Steeped in history, 20/8 Ben Street is part of "Ravensworth", originally built around the 1890's as a mansion, but soon becoming a Catholic Monastery, before being converted to apartments in the 1970's.
Developers breathed new life in the building around 7 years ago, with a big refurbishment, including new carpets, blinds, electrical appliances, and bringing everything up to code.
Just 5 minutes drive to Goulburn's CBD, or to the popular K & Gz cafe in Mistfull Park, with nearby schools and a child care centre at the end of Ben Street.
Approx. outgoings: Strata: $5,100 per annum; Rates: $540 per annum.
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