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Once-in-a-Lifetime, Blue Chip Investment Opportunity!

"Offered to market for the first time since it's construction in the mid-1990s, this 7-unit brick-veneer complex represents a rare city fringe, blue chip investment!

Situated at the end of a cul-de-sac and short walking distance to Victoria Park, QUT, Kelvin State College, RBWH and 3kms from Brisbane CBD, this blue chip 1,012sqm parcel comprises of seven spacious and well-built two-bedroom, two-bathroom and single car lock-up garage apartments.

Currently gross yielding circa $150,000 annually, it's a solid ready-made investment and high growth asset to hold for years to come. Current rental appraisal indicates a potential gross income up to $178,000 annually, if new leases are in place.

Kelvin Grove has become a popular suburb for a range of people wishing to live close to Victoria Park, Brisbane City, Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Kelvin Grove State College (ranked top 5 in Brisbane) and the Royal Brisbane Hospital. Located less than 3km north west of Brisbane's CBD, it is a hilly and pretty suburb. It has experienced good growth in median house prices over the past five years as buyers have taken advantage of the suburb's proximity to the city.

With the 2032 Brisbane Olympics now confirmed, this is an outstanding opportunity to landbank a complex only 8 minutes from the CBD and 400m from the Ballymore Stadium Redevelopment, benefiting from future capital growth.

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Alan Woo 0403031418