A property has come to attention with an unusual condition. The block has a dozen units, all on one level, one and two BRs. The land looks to be 90-120 sm each, plus car units. It's well presented with a lovely garden, quiet street, close to shops. The place I'm looking at has a big under cover pergola and a small shed. The kitchen is tiny and will need extra cupboards, say $2000 or so. If I say 90 day terms and access for measuring, a cabinet maker can do the job in a few days after settlement. Data is sketchy. The last rents in this block were January 2013 $210/week and October 2014 $220/week. I was quoted $280/week by the REA but I think that this is too high, with $260/week more ballparkish. The last sale of a like unit in this block was 2005, $155,000. Long-term CG seems reasonable. All units have low turnover of rent and sale. Asking is $275,000 and an offer was made for $240,000. Two units were OFI yesterday, and we were the only people looking. One reason may be that the title has a clause that only people over 55 years-of-age can buy or rent. I've not seen this before. This greatly limits the rental market. OTOH, older people tend not to have wild parties, trash the place or do a runner, which is hard on a mobility scooter. I'm not sure if the unit is acceptable given the over-55 condition. Comments would be valued. TIA.