This is rare opportunity to purchase two investment properties at once. Combined rent return is $935 per week and outgoings are reduced with only one set of council rates. The dual-occupancy property consists of 2×3 bedroom homes with ensuite, WIR to main and built-ins to the others. Each has 3 living areas, upstairs front verandah, downstairs rear verandah plus single garage with internal entry. Total area is around 330M2. Additional features include split system air-conditioning, 3rd toilet downstairs and directly across the road to Owl Park. Only a 6 minute drive to Wyong station or 20 minutes on the bus makes this very attractive to commuters.Features
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