Sold $1,130,000

37 Sirocco Street, Jamboree Heights QLD 4074



You’ll have nothing left to do but to sit back and enjoy the view on offer. This fully renovated home offers a convenient and relaxed lifestyle, close to all amenities including Mount Ommaney Shopping centre and Bus interchange, Western and Ipswich motorways, an array of local schools and childcare, restaurants, gyms and medical facilities.

Offering 4 built-in bedrooms, with the master suite also boasting a walk-in robe and ensuite. There are two other full bathrooms one on the top level servicing two bedrooms and the 3rd on the ground level servicing the 4th bedroom, pool and visiting guests. The kitchen is new and is the hub of the home with stone benchtops, induction cooktop and electric oven, integrated dishwasher, breakfast bar, plumbed-in fridge space and offers a direct view to the pool area.

All three bathrooms feature stone benchtops, new vanities and toilets. The laundry is also modern with stone benchtops and offers direct access to the backyard and clothesline.

The home is light and airy offering excellent separation of space with a dining room, large living room and separate rumpus room that could also be converted to a small granny flat. Similarly outside the kids will find plenty of room to play with a spacious level front yard and a large salt water inground pool and entertainment deck out the back.

Other features of this great family home include:
Split air-conditioning and ceiling fans
Electric hot water system
New floor coverings and paint
Spa bath to the downstairs bathroom
Double remote garage
Compliant pool safety certificate
Fully fenced backyard
742m2 elevated block

Don’t delay inspecting this beautiful property, it won’t last long.

Omar Hamid
Licensed Real Estate Agent
Property Features
  • House
  • 4 bed
  • 3 bath
  • 2 Parking Spaces
  • Land is 742 m²
  • 3 Toilet
  • Ensuite
  • 2 Garage
  • Secure Parking
  • Dishwasher
  • Built In Robes
  • Rumpus Room
  • Deck
  • Outdoor Entertaining
  • Split System Aircon
  • Reverse Cycle Aircon
  • Fully Fenced
Street View

About 4074

Prior to the commencement of planning for Hooker’s Centenary Project in 1959, the area was largely used for grazing and dairy farming. The area was severely damaged in the 1974 floods, including structural damage to the Centenary Bridge after a…

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