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Space-Filled Family Residence with Private Poolside Entertaining!Property ID 1548965Positioned on a prime 751m2 block of land, just 12km (approx.) from Brisbane's busy CBD, this spacious 4 bedroom + study residence represents great value for money at this price. Featuring multiple open and spacious living and entertaining areas, generously proportioned bedrooms, and an inviting water-featured in-ground pool; there is room for the whole family to spread out here!
The home is located just walking distance of the boutique Metro on Beckett' shopping complex, several bus stops, parks & walking tracks, and offers easy access to a multitude of schools, major shopping centres and Brisbane's CBD; the location couldn't be better.
*4 generous bedrooms upstairs + a large children's retreat / sitting room
*King-sized master bedroom with WIR, ensuite and bay-window reading/dressing area
*Main bathroom upstairs + additional powder room down
*Ducted air-conditioning, vac-maid, security system and high ceilings throughout
*Separate formal lounge and dining rooms
*Quality kitchen with S/S appliances and plenty of cupboard & storage space
*Open plan meals, living and kitchen
*Recently repainted throughout
*Private outdoor alfresco/entertaining area
*Water-featured saltwater in-ground pool with pool hut sitting area
*Double remote lock-up garage
*Wide side access for a boat, campervan or caravan
*751m2 land with well cared-for lawns and manicured gardens
Phone Ingrid Lancon 0405 558 190 of Ray White Chermside for private inspections.
Bridgeman Downs is a relatively new outer northern suburb of Brisbane, about 14.5km from the CBD. In recent years it has raised its profile by transforming areas of open forest into up-market contemporary housing, especially on large estates. Surrounded by the suburbs of Aspley, McDowall and Albany Creek, Bridgeman Downs contains a wide variety of land uses including suburban allotments, acreage properties, retirement homes and the Albany Creek Memorial Park. With some of the native vegetation still visible from the main roads, visitors to the suburb often remark on the rural atmosphere that remains from earlier times when the area was used for cattle grazing.
The release of residential land in stages adjoining the Becketts Road precinct has caused a marked population increase. The suburb has good access out of Brisbane to the Sunshine Coast via the Bruce Highway. It has good bus transport services to the CBD and is a five-minute drive away from Carseldine railway station. The area is well serviced with the Aspley Hypermarket, Chermside Shopping Complex, and various cinemas, clubs and restaurants. Source: REIQ