2010/33 T E Peters Drive

Broadbeach Waters, QLD, 4218

  • 1bed
  • 1bath
  • 1pool

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It's no secret Freshwater point is one of the Gold Coast hot spots .. This stunning Huge 1 bedroom apartment ticks all the boxes, If you're in the market for an investment, this one ticks all the boxes

This stunning apartment has huge living area including a study or Flexi space, gourmet kitchen with loads of cupboards and good size pantry.

Huge main bedroom with designer ensuite and soak tub. Boasting of a sun drenched north facing courtyard style patio, its size is a real winner and is nestled amongst a leafy background of greenery to really indulge in privacy and space.

If you're looking for an investment now but want to live in when the lease expires this is perfect as it enjoys a healthy income of $540 pw. And has a good secure tenant. The body corp is only $124.80 approx with the discount applied.

Body Corp includes building insurance and sinking fund, all the resort facilities like the stunning heated pool, gymnasium, sauna and steam room, communal bbq facilities even a jetty to throw aline in and maybe catch that fish for dinner, security building with car space.

Walk into Broadbeach restaurants and trendy bar. The Star casino is now home of the famous Logies and is only a stones throw away, trams and buses are all at your doorstep. Walk to Pacific Fair, the Mecca of shopping centres stunning shores of our famous beaches for that long hot summer surf

Don't be the one to miss this opportunity. Call today and secure your inspection

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