- Property ID 1007332
- Price $320,000-$350,000
- Type APARTMENT
1103 / 15 Synagogue Place
- Bedrooms 2
- Bathrooms 1
High Rental Yield in Heart of the City!
Located just off the ever-popular Rundle Street in Adelaide's East End with vibrant education, medical, entertainment, and retail facilities, in Globe East End represent a secure long-term investment opportunity, this is not one to miss!
Enjoy everything the city has to offer located only a minute's walk from the array of cafes and restaurants on Rundle Street, Excellent shopping in Rundle Mall, Adelaide Uni, and much more.
This well-maintained apartment is currently tenanted for $472 per week, equalling over a 7% return!
This fantastic property boasts the below features:
* 2 Spacious bedrooms, both with built-in robes
* Open plan living, dining & kitchen area
* Stunning hills & city views
* Sparkling main bathroom
* Reverse cycle split system air conditioning
* Fully furnished ready for tenant move-in
Apartment Complex Includes:
* Tutorial room
* Large common lounge room, and a common kitchen with dining
* Large Laundry room
* 24-hour security
* Bikeshed for secure parking of your pushbike
Additional features we love:
- Airbnb potential
- 2 min walk to the University of Adelaide & UniSA
- Close to public transport & amenities
- Rundle Mall
Only several minutes' walk from the city Universities, Royal Adelaide Hospital, and Rundle Mall, and in the midst of lifestyle cafes and restaurants along Rundle Street, Globe East End Apartments offers close to 100% occupancy throughout the year with HIGH RENTAL YIELD!
Call Victoria 0451 865 199 today for more information!
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