7/19 Macrossan Street (MACROSSAN HOUSE), Port Douglas, QLD 4877

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Sold for $155,000 (Feb 17, 2021)



Stay right in the heartbeat of Port Douglas @ Macrossan House. On offer here is your very own, recently refurbished 1 bedroom unit located right in the centre of the village. This boutique apartment complex of only 16 is tucked away behind the retail outlets creating a private & peaceful oasis to compliment the prime location. Operating on a pooled income system and with new on-site managers committed to offering both flexibility of owner use and maximizing returns for the owners, Macrossan House is a sound investment for the expected increase in domestic tourism Port Douglas will experience coming out of COVID-19 restrictions.

The unit itself is light, bright, has a real beachy feel to it, is being sold fully furnished & ready to go!

Features Include:

  • Recently furbished with modern furnishings

  • Kitchenette with microwave & fridge/freezer

  • Balcony overlooking lush tropical garden

  • Central in-ground shared pool in private setting

  • BBQ area near pool

  • Close to supermarket, restaurants and retail outlets

  • Large wall mounted flat-screen TV

  • Tour bookings available at reception

    Body Corporate rates approx. $6144 per annum including power.

    Council Rates approx. $2590 per annum.

    Call Chris McMullen on 0406 807 259 to organise a private inspection.

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Property Info:
  • Property ID: L490451
  • Property Type: Unit
  • Building / Floor Area: 50 sqm
  • Open Parking: 1
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