13/9 Alma Street BELLERIVE, TAS 7018OFFERS OVER $350,000
BRILLIANT GROUND FLOOR APARTMENT ENJOYING EXCELLENT VIEWS
Unit - BELLERIVE TAS
We are thrilled to present to the market this sunny apartment in Bellerive which offers buyers a property with potential only limited by your imagination
Offering a two-bedroom apartment constructed in the late 70s where the original architect ensured the property took advantage of the views & sun which flow through the apartment. It’s positioned on ground floor with incredible views of the River Derwent , Bellerive Yacht Club and then to Mt Wellington.
Both bedrooms are well proportioned & enjoy the morning sun with built in wardrobes installed in each.
The kitchen is well designed and enjoys the wonderful views, it also benefits from a serving bench through to the spacious living area, which accommodates both lounge and dining space. A balcony then allows you to step out outside and soak up the fresh air whilst enjoying the incredible outlook.
There is a lock up garage providing secure parking for one car along with additional storage, whilst there is additional off street parking available on a first come first serve basis.
You cannot beat this location ; you are only a short stroll to a choice of cafes, shops, public transport, restaurants and Eastlands shopping centre..
From the apartment you are located within walking distance of the Bellerive Yacht Club & Marina and nearby you have fabulous local beaches, sporting arenas and parks.
To complete this wonderful opportunity the complex has recently had double glazed windows installed to ensure the property is as cost neutral as possible.
A terrific opportunity to secure an apartment to live in and enjoy the lifestyle on offer or the opportunity to secure the ideal investment to add to your portfolio.
The apartment is currently leased at $325 per week until 5th April 2019
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