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655m² Elevated Hilltop Location with Endless Potential!Property ID 1670682A rare opportunity exists here for property enthusiasts and astute renovators, who are seeking their next real estate project and will only settle for a prime location. The mostly original 3 bedroom lowset brick residence, is absolutely ripe for renovation and offers an array possibilities to work with; arrange your inspection today - you'll be very glad you did!
Positioned on an elevated 655m2 in a prestigious pocket of Aspley, where properties seldom change hands, 2 Bevan Street is situated high on the ridge with a lovely outlook, and boasts a rare corner allotment with Chartwell Street frontage.
The peaceful cul-de-sac location offers complete convenience to the must-have amenities of the growing family; schools, shops, parks and transport are all within walking distance, while a selection of major shopping centres, hospitals and private schools are just a short drive away.
*Master bedroom with built-ins
*Kitchen with adjacent dining/meals area
*Large lounge room
*Timber floorboards under carpet
*Front sitting porch/verandah
*Timber deck off the kitchen
*Security grills & toughened glass windows for security
*Terracotta tiled roof
*Single lock-up garage + additional carport
*655m2 land with wide side access from Chartwell Street
*Family orientated cul-de-sac position
*Approximately 11km from Brisbane's CBD
*Northern views from the meals and kitchen
*Schools, shops, parks and transport within walking distance
TENURE: Owner Occupied
VIEW: By Private Appointment or Open Home
YEAR BUILT: 1960's (Approximately)
PHONE CINDY McGRATH OF RAY WHITE CHERMSIDE
FOR FURTHER DETAILS 0407 639 561.
Aspley is approximately 13km north of the Brisbane CBD and was known as Cabbage Tree Creek until 1897. The majority of housing is in the form of detached dwellings with limited townhouse and unit developments. There is a wide variety of housing located within the suburb that ranges from two bedroom weatherboard houses to larger, modern brick residences.
The suburb is divided by Maundrell Terrace into the older section on the eastern side and the newer section on the western side. Aspley contains a variety of restaurants and retail businesses including Brisbane's only Pick and Pay Hypermarket, a Home Base retail centre and associated shopping centres. A Westfield shopping centre is located close by in Chermside with the bayside suburb of Sandgate only 10 minutes away.
Aspley remains a sound area for investment, with good access to the CBD and the north coast, a substantial retail precinct and a variety of restaurants and eateries. There are also two state primary schools and one state high school in the suburb. The nearest railway stations are at Zillmere and Geebung. Source: REIQ