Masthead Street, JAMBOREE HEIGHTS QLD 4074

Low maintenance lowset


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Enjoy living in this delightful lowset home, perfect for low maintenance living and ready to move straight into. Set in popular Jamboree Heights with all amenities on your doorstep, only minutes to shops and transport, this beautifully maintained property will appeal to all ages.

The home features 3 great bedrooms, the master featuring good built-ins and air-conditioning and the other two boasting ceiling fans. The stylish contemporary kitchen is a chef’s delight with Corian benchtops, glass splashbacks and quality appliances including an induction cooktop. The light-filled air-conditioned formal lounge and dining rooms are complemented by a separate courtyard with calming water feature. The utility wing of the house features a new laundry and the garage has been converted to a man’s workshop and storage area. There is also a second toilet in this wing for convenience.

This home has been built with the Queensland lifestyle in mind, with a huge covered outdoor area perfect for those barbecues with family and friends. The level backyard features vegetable gardens, a greenhouse and chicken coop – perfect for healthy organic living.

Features include fully fenced yard, rainwater tank, a clean and modern bathroom with separate shower and bath, linen and broom cupboard for extra storage, solar hot water system, security screens throughout and off street parking for two cars with room for a carport. This property has great street presence and is located in a quiet, elevated location within walking distance to schools, day care centre, shopping, police, public transport and other essential amenities.

Don’t delay inspecting this lovely home.

Property Features
  • House
  • 3 bed
  • 1 bath
  • 2 Toilet
  • Open Parking Spaces
  • Dishwasher
  • Built In Robes
  • Courtyard
  • Outdoor Entertaining
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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