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House Sold in Everton Park, QLD22 Stellmach St

3 Beds
1 Baths
3 Parking
  • Garages 3

​Great​ Value in Everton Park

Property ID 1766954
Ideally positioned just 11 kilometers from the heart of the Brisbane CBD, and within walking distance to local supermarkets, coffee shops, cafes and service providers, this delightful solid home set on 607sqm of land represents an outstanding buy for an astute investor or those looking for a grab into the property market.

Presenting as a delightful 3 bedroom home built in an era when they were built to last. The highset home constructed of solid hardwood timber frames with hardwood timber floors has been tastefully renovated, freshly repainted and had some modern conveniences added making it a very livable package.

With 3 good sized bedrooms, 2 with split system air conditioning, and a stylish central bathroom, with bath​ tub​, this is a delightful home. The solid timber floors that purvey throughout the living area are beautiful. The lounge area also has air​ ​conditioning and this space opens to the front verandah through glass and timber doors.

The kitchen is spacious allowing oodles of room for the traditional kitchen table, loads of cupboards and a plumbed fridge space.

Additionally, the home has 1.5kw of Solar Panels, single underhouse garaging with storage, and a double carport at the front, ceiling fans in selected rooms all on a fully fenced parcel of land close to everything.

With quality public and private schools just minutes away, this ideal position in central Everton Park will see good capital growth over time by virtue of distance to the CBD and convenience to all that is important.

Master bedroom, built in's & air-conditioning
1 ​B​edroom with air-conditioning
1 Bedroom
Living area with front balcony
Dining ​a​rea with air-conditioning
Good sized kitchen
​2nd ​Toilet

1.5KW solar panels
2 carport accommodation
Single lock up car accommodation
607m2 fully fenced block

Close to schools
Close to public transport
C​lose to schools