Contemporary Cosmopolitan Living
This stylish apartment is located in the award winning art series complex, The Watson, in the prestigious suburb of Walkerville. Offering style and low maintenance, it is perfect for those wanting the convenience of hotel living in their own home and also represents an excellent opportunity for investors looking to add to their portfolio.
Please Note: As the property is currently leased, we kindly request face masks to be worn when attending any open inspections.
Features that make this home special:
- 2 good sized bedrooms, both with built-in robes
- Light filled living area with split-system air conditioner
- Modern, stylish kitchen
- Immaculate bathroom incorporating laundry
- Private balcony
- Allocated parking for 1 car
- Currently tenanted for $500 per week on a fixed lease until September 2022
Other onsite facilities include:
- Michael Klim designed 25m lap pool
- Communal BBQ entertaining area
- Restaurants and bar
- Smart car, scooter and bicycle hire
Approximate rates and fees:
Water Rates - $68.60
Sewerage - $73.50
Strata Fees - $1047.00
Sinking Fund - $276.00
Council Rates 2021-22 - $1281.40
Located within walking distance to the newly developed Walkerville Shopping Complex and Cafes, local schools, recreation parks, sporting facilities and public transport options. All this and only 6km (approximately) to the CBD, North Adelaide and Adelaide Oval precinct.
Please Note: The Tenant has kindly requested that face masks be worn and shoes be removed prior to walking through the property during open inspections.
Published photos for this property were taken in 2018 and are for marketing purposes only.
For further information please contact Jimmy Wu on 0417 874 084 or 8269 7711 (office).
All information provided has been obtained from sources we believe to be accurate, however, we cannot provide any guarantee and we accept no liability for any errors or omissions (including but not limited to a property's land size, floor plans and size, building age and condition). Interested parties should make their own inquiries and obtain their own legal advice.