Fully leased Mentone apartment block set to go under the hammer

Fully leased Mentone apartment block set to go under the hammer
Fully leased Mentone apartment block set to go under the hammer

A Mentone apartment block is set to go under the hammer.

The 320 square metre 39 Venice Street property has a two level building comprising of six apartments.

There are a couple of two bedroom apartments and four single bedroom units and the building is fully leased.

It also has a communal laundry and on-site parking including one lock up garage.

It is located within easy walking distance of Mentone Village shops which includes Coles, Woolworths, banks, and cafes, and transport including Mentone railway station and buses.

Zoned General Residential 3 under the City of Kingston Planning Scheme, the 651 square metre site covers two titles and has 20 metres frontage to Venice Street and nearly 35 metres to Cremona Street.

The property will be sold subject to month to month leases returning a passing rental of $96,072 per annum.

According to marketing agent, Teska Carson Director, George Takis, the property offers an exceptional location for an apartment investment with strong rental upside and the potential for refurbishment to maximise rental returns. 

“The property presents well in a location which is just what you would look for as an apartment site with excellent access to everything,” Takis said.  

“We believe the apartment rentals are currently below market rates and as such offer immediate potential for rental income growth. Most of the tenants have been long term with few if any rental increases for many years.

“This is a region which will continue to benefit from ongoing demand for housing, and particularly apartment living, and so the growth prospects for apartment investors would appear to be very good.”

The property will be auctioned on Wednesday, May 22, at 1pm on site. 

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