STUNNING NEW BLOCK OF FANTASTICALLY LOCATED BOUTIQUE TOWNHOUSES!
This block of six spacious contemporary townhouses is situated in vibrant Nundah, just 8km northeast of the CBD. With the development close to all conveniences and backing onto parkland and local football ovals, these townhouses represent the ultimate contemporary lock-and-go lifestyle. Ideal for investors and owner-occupiers alike, prospective first home buyers can utilise the $15,000 Great Start Grant.
Pristinely presented in contemporary, neutral tones, this modular-designed block is set in neat landscaped gardens, with each townhouse comprising two bedrooms and two bathrooms spread over three levels.
Townhouse 1 boasts a popular street facing balcony and the balconies of 2 to 6 are nicely spaced out, with a 15m gap between the balconies and the adjacent property for maximum space and privacy.
The lower level includes a laundry with drying area, storage space and single remote controlled garage with internal access and a small private courtyard.
The second level comprises a large, immaculately tiled open-plan living and dining area with aircon and ceiling fans and a neat kitchen with ample cupboard space, reconstituted stone benchtops and modern appliances. Double sliding doors open from the living area onto an enclosed balcony.
The third level houses two bright and breezy carpeted bedrooms with built-ins, aircon and ceiling fans, each with its own ensuite!
Other features include a 160l hot water system and roller blinds on all windows and glass sliding doors.
Set on a good bus network and only a 12-minute walk to Nundah station, this block affords easy access to the city, airport link tunnels and Port of Brisbane. Local schools include Nundah State School, St Margaret’s, St Rita’s and Clayfield College.
The neighbourhood is a vibrant, eclectic enclave with amenities galore, including the thriving Nundah Village shopping and dining precinct with its cosmopolitan mix of shops, restaurants and mixed-use spaces. Ample cycle paths include the popular Jim Sourly Bikeway at the end of the street and there are extensive walking tracks along the banks of Nundah Creek.