163/293 North Quay , Brisbane City, 4000 QLD

Sold For $215,000 March 11, 2019
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Brisbane CBD apartment with panoramic views

*** Inspection via APPOINTMENT ONLY, thanks for understanding ***

Offering panoramic views along the river and further on to Southbank and Suncorp stadium. Within walking distance to CBD, Southbank, QUT, Suncorp stadium, Roma street parklands and Brisbane Magistrates Court. Jump on a CityCat and enjoy the ride or if you prefer trains the station is only 2 minutes walk away, however you can securely park your car downstairs and have it on standby.

Features at a glance include:
- Master bedroom with robe, ensuite and views over the south and west
- 2 Bathrooms in total and 2 toilets
- Kitchen
- Dining area adjacent to kitchen
- Study area
- Large lounge room
- Fully furnished (can be removed upon request)
- Air conditioning
- Located on the 16th floor, providing sweeping views to south and west
- Approx. 66m2

On site facilities include:
- Large gymnasium
- Pool
- Outdoor BBQ
- Large outdoor entertaining area
- Restaurant
- Large light filled foyer

Great for the owner occupier who wants to be in the middle of it all on a budget, however astute investors will spot an opportunity with multiple possibilities on this property:

Rented privately currently with a great tenant in place for $405 per week, or
Ability to rent to Park Regis letting pool for up to $2,050 per month

Sit on the passive income as your property is expected to only grow in price after Brisbane unit prices had previously been affected negatively and are predicted to rise.

Brisbane City Council Rates per quarter $396
Water and sewerage per quarter: $353.48
Administrative and sinking funds combined for Body Corp per quarter $2,146.71

State schools:
- Petrie Terrace State School (Primary) (92/100)
- Kelvin Grove State College (97/100)

About Brisbane City:
The Brisbane central business district (CBD) lies in a curve of the Brisbane river. The CBD covers 2.2 km2 (0.8 sq mi) and is walkable. Central streets are named after members of the House of Hanover. Queen Street is Brisbane's traditional main street. Streets named after female members (Adelaide, Alice, Ann, Charlotte, Elizabeth, Margaret, and Mary) run parallel to Queen Street and Queen Street Mall (named in honour of Queen Victoria) and perpendicular to streets named after male members (Albert, Edward, George, William). The city has retained some heritage buildings dating back to the 1820s. The Old Windmill in Wickham Park, built by convict labour in 1824, is the oldest surviving building in Brisbane. The Old Windmill was originally used for the grinding of grain and a punishment for the convicts who manually operated the grinding mill. The Old Windmill tower's other significant claim to fame, largely ignored, is that the first television signals in the southern hemisphere were transmitted from it by experimenters in April 1934"long before TV commenced in most places. These experimental TV broadcasts continued until World War II.

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