Perfect Beachside Location
Property ID 2005921According to Listing Agent Matt Englund, this light-filled ground level unit oozes character and originality. Situated in the heart of Fannie Bay, this property is ideally located just minutes from the CBD, while being just a short stroll from the gorgeous Fannie Bay foreshore. With breezy internal living spaces and a flexible floor-plan, this property is bound to attract a lot of attention.
The property features 2 generous-sized bedrooms and two bathrooms. The original kitchen features ample cupboard and bench space and an island breakfast bar for added convenience. Off the kitchen, the living area leads out to beautiful courtyard surrounded by lush tropical gardens and a sparkling plunge pool. A fabulous undercover verandah leads directly out to an enormous shady park at the rear of the property - the perfect spot for a get-together with friends and family on the weekend.
Whilst immaculately maintained and move in ready, this property provides the opportunity for enhancements or even a cosmetic makeover, if that's something you had in mind. First home owners may be eligible for the NT Government Home Renovation Grant, which could mean up to $10,000 towards renovations or improvements.
Eligible first home owners can also take advantage of the NT Government Stamp Duty Discount on the purchase of this property, which could result in a full stamp duty concession. Find out more about these Government incentives by contacting Matt and the Ray White Nightcliff team.
This fantastic property is offered for sale by Auction on Tuesday 11th December 2018 at 6pm. With its generous proportions and well laid out floor-plan, this property provides an appealing prospect for the owner occupier or astute investor, so get on the phone to get in the door today!
For more information, please feel free to contact Matt Englund on 0417 866 821.
Council Rates: $1460 pa
Total Area Under Title: 257m2
Body Corporate Fees: $1,310 pq (approx.) - Sinking Fund included
Status: Vacant Possession
Easements: None Found