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20 Adjin Street
mount austin
NSW, 2650

SOLD
listing rooms 3
listing bathrooms 1
listing parking 2
Land: 634 sqm
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Nothing Left To Do

A fantastic opportunity has arisen to acquire your first home or add an equally respectable investment property to your portfolio.

• 3 bedrooms, 2 with BIR
• Beautifully renovated bathroom
• Contemporary kitchen with Westinghouse gas cooking
• Central gas heating & evap cooling
• Freshly laid floating floors
• A large and secure back yard with undercover entertaining space + brand new fencing
• Double lock up car port + shed
• Close to schools, medical centre and shopping malls
• Weekly rent potential $280.00 per week

Ticking all of the boxes this tidy home is low maintenance and set in a quiet neighbourhood, ready for the lucky new owners to move straight in!

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About mount austin

median house price

325000

suburb growth

22.6%

median house rent

290

suburb rental yield

4.6%

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