A RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR THE ASTUTE INVESTOR
57 Rowan Ave, Uralla NSW 2358
Situated on a 721m² block in the southern end of Uralla is this unique meticulouslyrenovated A frame cottage that is currently being used as an Air BNB. Located just a 20 minute drive from Armidale and a 60 minute drive from Tamworth, Uralla boasts a great reputation for boutique shopping, renowned coffee shops, pubs and historic buildings. The soon to be developed solar and wind farms has seen a potential growth in demand for accommodation.
Nicely presented, the two story property features two bedrooms upstairs, both with en-suites and the main with built-in wardrobe and access to a private balcony. The ground floor hosts two bedrooms, one with en-suite, while the other has a separate bathroom and laundry. A galley style kitchen with electric appliances and a dishwasher leads to the living/dining area with vinyl timber flooring and a wood fire. All the bedrooms have queen beds and reverse cycle air conditioners.
The property will be offered fully furnished and is professionally managed by an Air BNB expert. It is showing excellent returns. Figures will be available upon request.
Uralla is a town on the Northern Tablelands, New South Wales. It is approximately half way between Sydney and Brisbane. Boasting a rich history, Uralla has more than 50 buildings and sites of heritage significance. The community collectively bought and restored McCrossins Mill in the 1980s, and it is now a multi-award-winning museum, gallery and function centre, as well as the starting point for the heritage walk. Uralla is in close proximity to the planned solar and wind farms in the New England district. Uralla has its own train station connecting it to Sydney and Newcastle, about a 20 minute walk from the house. The private coach company Edwards provides several bus services daily to nearby Armidale and the Armidale Airport. Being a country town, however, a car is the best way to get around Uralla and its outlying areas.
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