Versatile and Renovation-Ready in a Stellar Location
Auction In-Rooms Friday 25th February from 6pm
400 Newmarket Road, Newmarket
Positioned close to the Brisbane River and just 3km from the CBD, this New Farm property offers great potential in an enviable locale. A spacious and traditional high set, it offers a fantastic canvas for a new owner looking for their next project.
The current floor plan has been configured for dual living, with separate entrances and mirror-image kitchen, dining, and bathroom. The left-hand unit offers two generously sized bedrooms with built-in robes. A central hallway leads down to the living room and, beyond to the eat-in kitchen. In the right-hand unit, the sunroom flows through to the bedroom and then to the living and eat-in kitchen. They both share a downstairs laundry and have undercover parking for two vehicles.
The opportunity to either rent out and now, land banking for the future, or renovate and create one large home is exciting – with great bones, it easy for your creativity to flourish.
New Farm is one of Brisbane's oldest suburbs. Characterised by lush greenery, traditional properties, and a vibrant and diverse culture, it is filled with excellent eateries and plenty to do. You'll be moments away from the lovely Merthyr Park, on the banks of the Brisbane River, and the renowned New Farm Park. New Farm also offers great schools and convenient public transport links to central Brisbane.
We recommend a visit to appreciate the potential that is on offer here.
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