UPDATED 3 BEDROOM HOUSE WITH DUAL STREET FRONTAGE & GRANNY FLAT POTENTIAL
Whether it’s an investment your looking for, or a place to call home, 16 Karabil Street will certainly tick most your boxes. The property consists of 3 generously sized bedrooms, 1 bathroom and a single car port, all on a relatively flat, fully fenced, 607m2 block of land with dual street frontage; also, the property has an updated kitchen with polished hardwood flooring throughout. This property also meets requirements from Logan City Council for the potential to add a Granny Flat to the property (Subject to Council Approval); perfect for increasing the rental return (please get in touch for more information on specific details).
- 3 good sized bedrooms
- 1 bathroom
- Single carport
- 607m2 block with dual street frontage
- Polished hardwood flooring
- Built in 1965
- Updated bathroom and kitchen
- Fully fenced
- Ceiling fans throughout
- Currently vacant, potential rental return of $320/week - $335/week
Location, 16 Karabil Street is located adjacent from Kingston State School and Groves Christian College. Kingston Train Station is only 1.3 kilometres away and the nearest bust stop is at the rear of the property. The Logan Motorway is only 1.5 kilometres away, this will take you out west to Ipswich in roughly 30 minutes and heading 5 minutes east, the Logan Motorway connects with the M1 Pacific Motorway. From here you can get to Brisbane airport within 30 minutes, Brisbane City in around 25 minutes and the gold coast in around 35 minutes. In the surrounding suburbs of Kingston, there is a large amount of infrastructure, Logan Hyperdome Shopping Centre (Westfield equivalent), Hyperdome Bus Station, IKEA Logan, Logan City Golf Course, Logan Hospital (recently undergone a massive overhaul and extension), Griffith University Logan, Springwood Shopping Mall, Springwood Bus Station and much more all within a 7 kilometre radius of the property (as the crow flies).
The city of Logan is attracting large amounts of attention from investors, mainly inter-state. Kingston is experiencing steady price growth, of just under 5% annually (over the last 5 years) and we’re expecting more in the coming years, especially as southern states property prices are hitting unsustainable highs and more and more people look towards Queensland when investing in property due to it's more attractive price point.
For further information, or to arrange an inspection, please don’t hesitate to call or email.