Date Available: 29 April 2018
Type: Residential Lease
Price: $420 per week
Property Type: House
Carports: 2
  • 3 hotel
  • 1 hot_tub
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Great Family Home close to Everything

This 3 bedroom home is situated at the cross roads of Aspley, Zillmere and Geebung, and with a plenty of space and a huge back yard, it's perfect for a family with kids or a couple with pets looking for some space.

Located only 2mins by car from Westfield Chermside, 1min to Robinson Road Marketplace and 3mins to Aspley Hypermarket, all your shopping needs (8 supermarkets within 2.5km) right at your door step.

St Dympna's Primary, Zillmere State School and Aspley East State School are all within a 5min walk, and Aspley State High and St Joseph's Nudgee College are about 1.5-2.5km away.

Public transport runs regularly, with Zillmere Station only 900m up the road, and the 330, 331 and 332 BUZ services located within 400m and running close to every 4mins in peak straight to the CBD.

The house itself is a solid post war home, with 3 spacious bedrooms, 1 main bathroom, entry foyer, living and dining rooms wth views to Mt Coot-tha and the kitchen overlooking the back patio.

There is plenty of space in both the front and back yards which compliment the large undercover patio, and pets are welcome on the property (there is currently no front boundary fence in place though, but something temporary would be accepted). The side carport can accomodate 1 car easily, or 2 cars double parked.

NOTE: House is currently undergoing a mini-renovation, which will see a fresh coat of paint throughout, brand new carpets in all bedrooms, updated electrical works and lighting, as well as revamps of both the bathroom and kitchen. Photos coming soon.

Property is available for rent from Sunday 29th April 2018.

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