This brand new 4 bedroom home located in Madison Park Estate is now ready for a new family to call it home. Close to local shops, schools & parks, you have everything you need at your doorstep.
Features include: *Study area off entrance way *Master bedroom with ceiling fan, walk in robe & ensuite *Remaining bedrooms with ceiling fans & built-in wardrobes *Air conditioned open plan living and dining area *Separate carpeted lounge area *Kitchen with stainless steel appliances & stone bench *Fully fenced yard *Double remote lock up garage
To arrange an inspection please click the ''book inspection' button or alternatively you can call Katelyn Jack on 07 2803 3838.
**Full terms and conditions of tenancy agreement available from the office. ** Disclaimer: Whilst every care is taken in the preparation of the information contained in this marketing, MPM Property will not be held liable for any errors in typing or information. All interested parties should rely upon their own enquiries in order to determine whether or not this information is in fact accurate.
Features include: Ensuite,Kitchen,Patio,New Construction,Built In Robes,Air Conditioning,Dishwasher,Outdoor Entertaining Area,Fully Fenced,Laundry
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Block Size:350 m²*
*These are approximate values based on available information.
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