Under offer - ANOTHER ONE SOLD BY ADAM NOBEL
Interstate vendor wishes to pursue other opportunities and has instructed us to sell the townhouse THIS WEEK! Call now to take advantage of this great home before someone else snaps it up!
On a private estate far from traffic noise sits the gated complex of Brookfield Estate. Lying opposite private parkland and sharing a huge sparkling pool, this property boasts three bedrooms, large lounge, separate dining, remote control lock-up garage and a great sized court yard entertaining area. Without doubt this property will be sold so be quick to inspect.
Tucked away at the back of the complex with plenty of visitor car parking, this low-maintenance, cavity brick townhouse offers a private and secure sanctuary yet retains the accessibility that is so desirable in a property. Within seven minutes easy access to the motorway north to Brisbane city or south to the Gold Coast, Rebecca Way lies amid the Ken May Memorial Parklands.
The entrance to the property opens up to the well-appointed living room leading to the kitchen with a convenient hutch through which meals can be passed. The kitchen has ample storage room, an electric Chef stove and speckled laminate cabinetry. Beside the kitchen lies a dedicated dining area with a complete laundry behind and a separate powder room. The extended single garage contains a wine cellar-come-understairs storage room and has an internal doorway to the living room for easy transport of groceries. Beyond the dining area lies a broad alfresco terrace with stone pavers an area that is fully fenced for privacy.
Upstairs are the three bedrooms, all with built-ins, ceiling fans, security screens and durable carpet. The family bathroom also lies upstairs including bath, shower above and vanity.
The oasis-style in-ground pool in the complex is surrounded by quality sunbed furniture and shade sails. It is flanked by a large barbecue area and quarter-sized basketball court plenty of weekend activities with the kids and a bit of relaxation for the adults. Visitors access the complex through a security intercom and the complex is also cared for by an attentive on-site manager.
Why rent when you can purchase this entry level home? A pure delight, Unit 9 will be sold – contact Adam Nobel immediately to be the first to view this outstanding treasure.
Slacks Creek lies 24 kilometres south-east of Brisbane along the Pacific Motorway corridor yet far from its traffic noise. Easy access to the City and Gold Coast is only a short drive away. With Slacks Creek enjoying a surge in dwelling prices in the last three months, it is now being recognised as a suburb most likely to yield excellent capital growth.
Slacks Creek has plenty of local retail options with Logan City Centre on nearby Kingston Road, offering A-Mart Furniture, Ikea, K-Mart, Aussie Living and up to 60 specialty shops as well as a well-stocked Woolworths. Nearby on Wembley Road you’ll find the Logan Entertainment Centre, Logan City’s premier entertainment venue, which hosts a variety of events from theatre shows to concerts and exhibitions, school productions and award dinners.
With swift transport links to the city Slacks Creek couldn’t be bettered. The city stop lies only 400 metres from your doorstep, from where the 561 and 551 buses run regularly and take only 30 minutes to reach the CBD and the 550 takes you to Logan Central in five minutes.
Slacks Creek enjoys the facilities of several parklands including Meakin Park, Underwood Park and Mabel Park and the neighbouring suburb of Woodridge boasts Karawatha Park, which presents activities for kids such as Environmental Education Programs and the Karawatha Arts Festival. To the east of Slacks Creek lies the Daisy Hill Conservation Park which protects 445 hectares of open eucalypt forest and provides a habitat for koalas and other wildlife.
Slacks Creek is also well provided for with state schools Mabel Park State School and Slacks Creek State School offer primary education for children and the Mabel Park State High School, which is situated in an attractive bushland setting, has excellent facilities for all types of learning including performance areas, workshops, industrial kitchens, a resource centre, multiple computer classrooms, a gymnasium and a Year 12 common room.
An attractive satellite suburb, Slacks Creek is gaining more residents each year as buyers realize the benefits of accessibility to the city coupled with an established infrastructure.