18 Conondale Ave Caboolture

$545,000 - 2 homes on one title

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Currently renting for over $1,000 per week - two houses on one title - 9% yield

Situated in a cul-de-sac, this spacious home plus separate dwelling on 1045m2 of level land is now presented for sale. This property affords the new buyer a variety of options.

The main home is a low-set three bed brick and tile with an approved rear extension of another two bedrooms, providing a total of 5 bedrooms. The main home and rear extension each have their own kitchen and bathroom. At the rear of the block is a separate freestanding dwelling of two bedrooms, living, kitchen and bathroom with its own covered outdoor area.

Currently, the owner has private rental arrangements with individuals. The front home is rented for $600 per week and the separate freestanding dwelling is rented for $450 per week.
There is a kindergarten on the corner of the cul-de-sac, with Aldi 5 minutes away and it is a quiet, convenient location.

Potential:
1. This property is suitable for a large extended family using the rear annexe as separate independent living.
2. A family could utilise the main house for their own use and rent the rear annexe.
3. There may be the option of separating the home to then having 3 individual rentals.

To arrange your inspection, call Chris on 0412 484 929 or e-mail sales@affinityproperty.net.au

Property Features

  • Land Size : 1045.00 m2
  • Built In Robes
  • Carpeted Bedrooms
  • Ceiling Fans
  • Ceramic Tiled Floors
  • Close To Public Transport
  • Electric Stovetop
  • Floorboards
  • Fully Fenced
  • Modern
  • Open Spaces
  • Outdoor Entertaining
  • Rumpus Room
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Property ID: 3292602

Chris McLennan

Chris McLennan

0412 484 929

Sean McCreanor

Sean McCreanor

0438 115 550

Location map for 18 Conondale Ave Caboolture

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Affinity Property Australia

1482 Anzac Avenue

KALLANGUR 4503

T 07 3293 9100

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