9 Peters Street
long gully VIC 3550

Fantastic Investment Opportunity

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This impressive affordable brick veneer home or investment is situated in a very quiet street and has all the attributes to add to any portfolio on its own 360m2 block.

This property will be offered with vacant possession, is only 2.6 kms to Bendigo Fountain and even less to the new Bendigo Hospital!

• 2 generous bedrooms, built-in robes in each, and an updated back landing which can incorporate the perfect sized study

• There is carpet throughout and a light-filled kitchen that has also been updated with brekkie bar, gas stove, ample cupboards and storage

• The 3 piece bathroom is neat and tidy, and heating and cooling is provided with a brand new split system

• Outside there is minimal fuss on a low maintenance allotment with double carport to the rear

• Walk to supermarket, public transport, crèche, schools and a short drive to Bendigo Central and the new hospital precinct.

Entry level properties of this nature are hard to find, and this is sure to sell quickly also having the potential to return in the vicinity of $300 per week.

Property Details

Property Type - House

Land Area - 360m2

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Contact Details

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Darryn O'Keefe

Director & Licensed Estate Agent

0418 509 563

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