7 STANFORD STREET, Cranbourne West, VIC 3977

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Investors Dream with long term fixed lease

Currently under 1 year rental lease agreement on $1,630.00 per month till 08/11/2019

Set amongst beautifully maintained homes & only meters from the modern parkland area featuring state of the art children’s play equipment as well as a large barbeque area in the Quarters Estate, sits this lovely three bedroom east facing family home.

Boasting a very convenient location and nothing to do but move in and enjoy – this is a fantastic opportunity for avid investor.


- Spacious Master bedroom including walk in robe and its own ensuite

- Two other generous bedrooms both including built in robe

- Kitchen includes dishwasher, gas cooktop, plenty of cupboard space and an island bench which overlooks the spacious dining & family areas

- Outside offers a concreted area and low maintenance gardens ensuring plenty of time can be spent enjoying your new home

- Other features include: Ducted heating throughout the home, split system cooling, downlights and NBN ready

- Single garage with remote roller door and internal access

All of this is only a short drive to Cranbourne West amenities such as schools and shopping. Bus services, medical & childcare centers are also nearby.

With just approx.. 4-minute drive to the Merinda Park train station and 5 minutes to the Marriot Waters shopping centre, this home offers great potential for both first home buyers and investors alike.

Opportunities like this don’t last long – secure this family home for yourself today!

Call Naval Aulakh today and secure this home now

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R&H Suburb Profile: Cranbourne West

R&H Suburb Summary Houses
Number of sales 320
Average Price $537,276
Median Price $536,550
Median Rental Price $390 p.w.
Change in Rental Rate (5yr) 11 %
R&H Suburb Summary Units
Number of sales 23
Average Price $437,391
Median Price $421,000
Median Rental Price $380 p.w.
Change in Rental Rate (5yr) 27 %
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