Intrepid Street, Jamboree Heights QLD 4074

Sold by Jean and Jacqui!


Another happy client in Intrepid Street Jamboree Heights with jean-gordon! If you’re thinking of selling, or curious to know what your property is worth why not arrange a time to chat about your property. Simply complete our request an appraisal form.

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

The home features 3 large built in bedrooms and a study or 4th bedroom, with the master enjoying a delightful ensuite and walk in robe. The stylish contemporary kitchen features a breakfast bar and quality European stainless steel appliances including gas cooktop, wall oven, built in microwave and dishwasher. The light-filled formal sunken lounge is complemented by a separate spacious family/meals area which flows to outdoor living and the pool.

This home has been built with the Queensland lifestyle in mind, the open plan design letting the outside in with bright airy living and low maintenance gardens. Some contemporary furniture is also available to complement the home.

Features include a convenient laundry; 2 car tandem garage with remote door; split system air-conditioning; close proximity to all facilities – yet quiet and private; modern kitchen and bathrooms; large outdoor area and low maintenance yard; above ground pool for family fun; off street parking for a trailer, boat or van at the front of the property; lovely street presence in a quiet and elevated location enjoying city glimpses from the rear of the property; water tank; security screens and garden shed.

Don’t delay inspecting this lovely home.

Property Features
  • House
  • 4 bed
  • 2 bath
  • 2 Parking Spaces
  • Land is 619 m²
  • 2 Toilet
  • Ensuite
  • 2 Garage
  • Secure Parking
  • Dishwasher
  • Built In Robes
  • Outdoor Entertaining
  • Shed
  • 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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