With such a highly convenient location offering a short walk to Narangba State School, railway station (with fast services to Brisbane) and ‘Narangba Village’ shopping centre, plus inclusion within the ‘Narangba East’ Local Area Development Plan, this 3/4 acre property offers an excellent investment opportunity. Currently tenanted until September 2022 with good returns and backed by the potential of future urban development (and subdivision options) in coming years. In the meantime, things are well catered for with a 4 bedroom home of character and large shed nestled on a semi secluded 2,947m2. Perfect to live in or rent and hold ‘as is’ with a prime strategic position.
The main house is set back and sheltered from the road. Inside, welcoming features such as wooden floors and artistic cornices/ceilings are immediately apparent. There is a spacious lounge/family room, supplemented by separate living/dining (both air-conditioned) adjacent to the kitchen, with views to the rear. The master bedroom offers modern ensuite and built ins, other bedrooms are all doubles with ceiling fans. The covered rear deck is massive and provides the perfect elevated location for entertaining and general outdoor living.
Plenty of space to utilise surrounding the house, with areas to explore both planted and open lawn. There is also the undoubted bonus of a large standalone shed providing very generous 2 bay covered parking plus workshop/storage, supplemented by attached carport with rear drive through. Further open parking and easy vehicle handling is ensured with wide concrete approach apron and driveway.
This fine brick home can provide practical living and benefits right now, exactly as you find it, but with that added incentive of additional options in future years. Within 5 minutes easy drive of the Bruce Highway and 10 minutes to Westfield North Lakes. Quite simply, an opportunity not to be missed!
Note: For more information on Narangba East refer to the Moreton Bay Council website: www.moretonbay.qld.gov.au/Services/Building-Development/Planning-Schemes/MBRC/Background-Studies/Narangba-East-Strategy