172 Queen Street South
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$999,900
6 beds
3 baths
1023 sqft
MLS® Number 40531649

Multi-Unit Home For Sale: 172 Queen Street South, Simcoe

Simcoe Real Estate Agent

Attention investors!! Check out this amazing opportunity – introducing the first of its kind in Norfolk County – the Trifecta, a built for purpose 3 unit, 2 building property. This Property has been built ground up in 2023 with no gas, separate hydro meters, separate water supplies (can be monitored), and built with a high efficiency design which limits maintenance and expenses! This property has been meticulously thought out and each unit offers 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, in suite laundry, gorgeous finishes and one dedicated parking spot. With increasing population and a lack of rental units in Norfolk County, these Trifecta’s earn high rents with minimal risk of vacancy. You are guaranteed to come out on top with this 6.71% cap rate new construction income property.

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172 Queen Street South, Simcoe
ON, N3Y 3C6

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