3/16 Olivia Street Northgate
CONTRACT CRASHED - ONLY 1 REMAINING - BRAND NEW
Clint Devereaux is proud to present '16 Olivia' to the market place, an irresistible block of only 7 brand new apartments on the fringe of Brisbane's inner city.
If you're looking for value but don't want to sacrifice luxury or lifestyle this development needs to be inspected. Demonstrating the most affordable new construction on the market, 16 Olivia
caters for professionals, investors and downsizers.
With the added bonus of the building being pet friendly I'm sure will be very attractive to a lot of buyers!
This contemporary showpiece demonstrates quality and intelligent design that will be appreciated by the most discerning buyer. Unique to the complex is the individual remote lock up car accommodation which has become a rare attribute in the majority of new development.
Apartment 3 is finished with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, lock up garage and a spacious terrace.
-Stone benchtops in the kitchens & bathrooms
-Soft close cabinetry in the kitchens
-Gas cooking & Blanco appliances (including dishwashers)
-Internal laundry with wall mounted dryers
-Air conditioning & ceiling fans
-Security entry with intercom
-Natural gas hot water systems
-Mirrored built-ins through out
-Himalaya tiles throughout the living areas
-Screens & blinds
Beyond the luxury of the complex you are only two minutes from one of the most exciting inner city communities with access to a multitude of transport options and the north/south coast arterials and domestic/international airports are only 5-10 minutes away.
ELIGIBLE FOR THE FIRST HOME OWNERS $15,000 GREAT START GRANT.
Potential rental return: $400-$430 per week.
Body Corporate per year: Apartment 3: $2,271.61
Whether you're looking for a place to call home or your next strategic investment property take the time to inspect 16 Olivia.
First National Real Estate Northside
1229 Sandgate Road
T 07 3266 3555
F 07 3266 6866
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