29 Diamond Drive
Orange NSW 2800
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By July 21, 2021 No Comments

An Investors Dream

Anyone searching for a sure-fire investment property need only crunch the simplest of numbers for 29 Diamond Drive. The four-bedroom home in north Orange is being leased for an eye-catching $1200 per week. Sweetening an already delicious deal for perspective buyers, the furniture – part of the current rental agreement – is included in the asking price. The house itself is stacked with features that ooze style, including a sumptuous open-plan living room and outdoor entertaining area. Situated a stone’s throw from North Orange Shopping Centre but entirely secluded from its traffic, this property will tick lots of boxes for would-be renters. Make sure you’re in prime position to capitalise on their interest.

– Leased at $1200 per week as a furnished residence.
– Current furniture for sale with home.
– Open-plan living room exposed to year-round northern sunlight.
– Private outdoor entertaining area.
– Master bedroom features walk-in wardrobe and en suite.
– Bedrooms two, three and four all boast built-in wardrobes.
– Within walking distance of North Orange Shopping Centre, Integra Health, Fitness and Wellbeing Club, and Waratahs.

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