Friday, October 29, 2021

Vacant Property Rental at Kensington : Why investing in older apartments could be the smarter choice

 Good value. Unbeatable location

It is the first time the property has been offered for rental in 24 years.  Kensington provides quality of life and a desirable village feel, a walking distance to university, grocery shops and cafes as well as easy access to the Randwick hospital. [ See Sydney Morning Herald Neighbourhoods - Randwick 6 August 2021 ] On top of all this, the property is ideally located next to the popular race course and the Centennial Park, making it perfect for people who like fresh air as well as other green and seaside spaces. Just a short walk to light rail and bus transport links that will get you around Sydney in minutes.

  • Right around the corner, near everywhere you want to be. Stellar amenities at your fingertips

Contact Stamo Katsidis      

Sunny Two Bedroom Apartment in Kensington ( Randwick ) with Lock-Up Garages 

Located in a well-maintained security building this top floor sun filled 2-bedroom apartment has a lock up garage and is close to shops, schools, transport and only a short stroll to UNSW, Randwick racecourse and Centennial Park.
$520 a week

- 2 bedrooms both with built-in wardrobes

- Separate living room, balcony
- Modern eat-in kitchen
- Tidy bathroom with separate bathtub and shower
- Internal laundry
- Lock-up garage
Available now

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and latest restrictions, all inspections are now being conducted by private appointment one on one until further notice. To arrange an inspection email, call or SMS the agent,

At the inspection please,
- Wear a face mask
- Scan the QR code and check in
- Sanitize your hands before entering
- Social distance, maintain at least 1.5m apart
- Avoid touching surfaces

Stamo Katsidis | 0425 282 885
First National Newtown | 02 9557 5893

Rental in Kensington 

Sunny Two Bedroom Apartment with Extra Large Lock-Up Garage

11/15 Doncaster Avenue Kensington NSW 2033

In some homes, the soul of the space has been lovingly crafted over time. The memories we make there, bit by bit, laugh by laugh, with some heartache thrown in for good measure, make it seem inconceivable to ever abandon the house itself. We say that it’s the memories and people that make a home, not the things in it or the structure itself, yet when we’re forced to leave a treasured home behind, it doesn’t merely tug at the heartstrings — it damn near severs them.

Those memorable Easters, Christmases and casual dinners or lunches are  immortalized. Late June’s home was unconditional and selfless. 

A glistening new apartment tower with a pool, a gym and a rooftop garden is likely to be enormously enticing to prospective tenants. But for investors, should all those alluring amenities sound the alarm bells?

Like the buildings themselves, it’s a multi-storied prospect. On the plus side for investors, it’s unlikely the units will ever be empty.

If demand falls for apartments, these developments will, with a possible rent adjustment, always have their pick of the pool of available tenants.

But, on the downside, those facilities can be expensive to maintain in terms of quarterly strata levies, so the yield may well be lower.

Why investing in older apartments could be the smarter choice