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Place Kangaroo Point agent Michael Bacon having a bit of a taste test.

If you’ve been craving a city apartment with a side of Colonel Sander’s famous Kentucky Fried Chicken, this could be the deal too finger lickin’ good to pass up.

Real estate agent Michael Bacon has listed a Kangaroo Point unit for sale with a $500 KFC voucher as a sweetener.

The Place Kangaroo Point agent said with one of the Colonel’s stores across the road from 308/36 Anglesey St, it seemed like the logical marketing incentive.

“I’ve done the math and $500 can get you around 550 chicken nuggets or 300 wicked wings or, with summer in mind, 500 $1 frozen drinks,” he said.

The living spaces are big enough to invite some friends around for a Family Feast. Picture: supplied

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The self-confessed KFC fan said the demographic likely to be interested in the home were younger professionals and first homebuyers, a demographic he believed also had a taste for the kind of fine cuisine coated in 11 secret herbs and spices.

“The feedback has been really positive so far,” Mr Bacon said.

And while buyers may be lured in by almost a year of weekly hangover cures in the form of three-piece feeds, the apartment itself is a great buy, the local agent said.

The 91sq m property is about two years old and has a private balcony with city views.

The rooftop pool area is perfect for cooling off after one too many wicked wings. Picture: supplied.

There is an open-plan, dining and kitchen area opening to the balcony, a master bedroom with ensuite and balcony access, a second bedroom with private outdoor space, a bathroom, a laundry and a study nook.

Mr Bacon said the complex also has a rooftop pool, deck and massive barbecue area — the perfect place to unwind and enjoy a Zinger Burger while taking in the Brisbane city skyline.

And if you have your fill of KFC, the property is close to bars, restaurants and cafes.

Mr Bacon said with a last name like his, this campaign won’t be his last foodie incentive.

“Bacon goes with everything,” he said. “I’ve got a few other tasty options coming up.”

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