3/60 Lagonda Street Annerley

$350,000

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North Aspect + Uninterrupted City Views = An Enviable Opportunity!

Searching for something close to the city yet offers that cosy, suburban appeal? Perfectly positioned within 7km of the CBD, take advantage of low maintenance, apartment living in the heart of Annerley. Boasting an enviable north aspect, sit back and soak up the city lights of Brisbane which stretch out before you from your spacious balcony, which can never be built out, and enjoy the amazing breezes which cool the whole apartment. You'll also appreciate the abundance of natural light which filters through and bounces off the white walls, making this home feel airy and fresh.
Also featuring timber floors and a lovingly looked after kitchen with ample bench and cupboard space, there are also two bedrooms with built-in robes and a neutral toned bathroom with a new bathtub. Other inclusions comprise of ceiling fans, screens on all windows and doors and a large single garage with laundry facilities.
Situated in a small block of four apartments, everything you could possibly need is within walking distance. A short, 300m stroll will see you arrive at trains, with Fairfield Gardens Shopping Centre only 800m away. There's also pretty park-lands, local supermarkets and a choice of schools all close by.
Whether you're searching for your first place to call home with low Body Corporate fees or want to capitalize on $330 - $340 per week rental returns, now is the time to act.

Property Features

  • Strata Levy : $500 per quarter
  • Balcony
  • Built In Robes
  • Dishwasher
  • Floorboards
  • Fully Fenced
  • Outdoor Entertaining
  • Secure Parking
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Property ID: 3346155

Angela Stergou

Angela Stergou

0411 695 518

Location map for 3/60 Lagonda Street Annerley

Contact Office

Leo Tsimpikas Real Estate

128 Boundary Street PO Box 5178

WEST END 4101

T 07 3844 5909

F 07 3844 5916

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