THE PERFECT HIDEAWAY NESTLED IN A LUSH BUSHLAND SETTING
Positioned on a generous 2.74 acres (11,100m2) surrounded by natural beauty, land of this size so close to Brisbane's City Centre in the sort after suburb of Sheldon at this price is rarely available. It is suitably located only 30km to Brisbane City, 7.8 km to Sheldon College and 7.5 km to the Capalaba shopping precinct.
This sweet old girl is full of charm and character and offers a peaceful acreage lifestyle with abundant opportunities. The outdoor gazebo that overlooks the in ground pool is big enough for the family to enjoy many celebrations nestled in a peaceful bush land setting.
This charming home comprises:
* 4 bedrooms * 3 generous size bedrooms all have sliding doors looking out onto pool * Main bedroom has a large built in wardrobe, ensuite and dressing room * Generous size main bathroom with spa * Ducted air to bedrooms * 2 split systems to living areas * Massive open living areas with raked ceilings and exposed beams * Large entertainers kitchen with solid granite bench tops and stainless steel appliances * Large combustion fireplace * Security Screens to all doors and windows * Separate laundry * 2 car garage
This is an ideal opportunity to escape the hustle and bustle and provide you with a secluded and tranquil setting abounding with wildlife.
Call Tammy Weir to inspect today
Features include: Air conditioning,Built in wardrobes,Greywater system,Swimming Pool,Secure Parking,Shed,Indoor Spa
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