6/752 Pacific Highway Marks Point


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Sack the Landlord or Become one Yourself

Affordable for both owner occupiers and landlords this beautifully presented townhouse has all the attributes of a great investment. The tenant is keen to stay and is currently paying $290pw on an expired lease.
If you are after a home with solid construction and all the hard yards done, this spacious two bedroom townhouse may foot the bill. It's freshly painted with new floor coverings throughout offering two queen bedrooms with built in robes, the main with a balcony, and a large fully tiled bathroom.
Downstairs boasts a spacious open plan living area and a new well-appointed kitchen that adds to the appeal and ease of living. It has a large laundry with 2nd WC, a courtyard and a freestanding carport.
Nestled in a gated community that's only 400m to the shores of Lake Macquarie, at Marks Point. So if you are looking to enter the market, looking for an investment, or you are retiring then look no further. Located near the lake, ocean, Belmont golf course, small shopping village, schools & public transport, making travel into Charlestown, Swansea & Newcastle city easily accessible.
Disclaimer: We have obtained all information provided here from sources we believe to be reliable; however, we cannot guarantee its accuracy. Prospective purchasers are advised to carry out their own investigations and satisfy themselves of all aspects of such information including and without limitation, any income, rentals, dimensions, areas, zoning, inclusions and exclusions.

Property Features

  • Balcony
  • Courtyard
  • Dishwasher
  • Floorboards
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Property ID: 3355041

Les Jarvis

Les Jarvis

0412 652 156

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Contact Office

Dowling Eastlakes - Belmont

603 Pacific Highway


T 02 4947 7877

F 02 4947 7888

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