MacArthur Chambers Apartment with spectacular return!
With a prominent position in the luxurious MacArthur Chambers, apartment 306 has one of, if not the most popular floor plan for 1 bedroom units in the building. An abundance of heritage windows admit plenty of natural light, leading to a balcony suitable for meals at any time of day
If you are looking for an investment property or inner city base, then look no further. This impressive one bedroom apartment in the luxurious MacArthur Chambers building comes fully-furnished & is currently leased through the MacArthur Chambers Hotel. The average net income over the last 5 years has been around $30,000/yr.
Accommodation consists of one large bedroom with a full wall of built-in wardrobes, and a luxurious granite & marble ensuite.
The open plan living & dining room features high ornate ceilings, decorative cornices and bulk heads. A full wall of sliding glass doors opens out to the balcony.
The granite kitchen is complete with Smeg stainless steel appliances, two pack cabinetry & ample storage.
Your opulent apartment in this outstanding building also offers secure parking for 1 car with direct lift access, video intercom, ducted air-conditioning, stunning sparkling pool and spa complete with barbeque area which adds to the overall appeal.
Forget paying gym membership with an equipped gymnasium downstairs as well as a sauna and shower room. The building has on-site management, which ensures first class treatment for staying guests, or offers you contemporary living, with an executive feel.
New owners may choose to benefit from this high-yield investment, or simply move in & enjoy the lifestyle yourself.
This stunning sandstone building was constructed between 1931 and 1934 and was originally headquarters for the Australian Mutual Provident Society. However, the building became an important part of Australian history in 1942. American General, Douglas MacArthur – Commander-In-Chief of the Allied Forces for the Pacific Region – moved to Brisbane and seized the premises as a base to conduct the crucial Pacific Campaign of World War II.
This is how the building came to be known as it is today – MacArthur Chambers!