Style, convenience, and coastal living.

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Discover the perfect blend of style, convenience, and coastal living.

Need Property are proud to present 5/2-4 Ryan Street, Belgian Gardens.

This exceptional property is more than just an oversized apartment, it’s a lifestyle upgrade you’ve been searching for.

Entertain guests in your open-plan living and dining area, and whip up culinary delights in the modern kitchen equipped with quality appliances.

Need To Knows –
*Spacious 2-Bedroom Apartment
*North Orientated With Island Views
*Private Balcony/ Alfresco Dining Area
*Open-Plan Living and Dining Area
*Modern Kitchen with Quality Appliances
*Two Luxurious Bathrooms
*Secure Parking
*Access to a Sparkling Pool
*Boutique Complex Of Just 6 Units
* Body Corporate Fees are $1,188.12 per quarter
* Rates are $1671.80 per half year based on on time payment
* Rental Appraisal is $440 – $480 per week

The Location-
Just Minutes from the Beach, nestled in the prestigious Belgian Gardens area, this apartment offers tranquility and convenience.

Whether its enjoying a jog along the picturesque Pallarenda beach front or a leisurely stroll along the Strand promenade you are just moments from the lifestyle you deserve.

Wake up to breathtaking sea breezes, enjoy your morning coffee on your private balcony or perhaps a barista made latte at the abundance of cafes surrounding the property.

The Opportunity:
Ideal turn key low maintenance living for those that love to entertain this property is sure to be an instant hit with the market.

Don’t miss this opportunity to secure your piece of coastal paradise. 5/2-4 Ryan Street, Belgian Gardens, offers the ultimate lifestyle and investment potential.

Act now to make it yours!

Contact us today to schedule a viewing and experience the beauty of coastal living in Belgian Gardens. For more information and to arrange a viewing, call Luke on 0432 773 223 or Kya on 0432 486 900.

Did You Know? In the 1860s Belgian Gardens was settled by Chinese market gardeners and by a German farmer, Henry Robinson. Anti-German feeling during World War I led to the locality being changed to Belgian Gardens.

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