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59 Camelia Street CANNON HILL, QLD 4170

Sold on 9 Feb 2015
  • 3 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • 1 Car
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House in CANNON HILL

Much Loved Family Home - First Time To Market

  • 3 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • 1 Car

Based in a popular pocket of Cannon Hill in a quiet cul-de-sac, 59 Camelia Street presents as one of Cannon Hill's best property opportunities.

The first thing you notice as you step onto this property is the feeling of space on offer as a result of the large 606m2 block with a wide frontage. This postwar 3 bedroom plus study home, presents in immaculate original condition, with a renovated bathroom and a large additional outdoor entertainment area. Walking through the front door it is immediately noticeable that this has been a much loved family home, and maintained to an impeccable standard. The bedrooms feature built in robes and air conditioning, with near new plantation shutters throughout the living areas and bedrooms. The eat in kitchen is both large and functional, offering plenty of storage for all your appliances and utensils.

The backyard of this home is an entertainers dream, with a massive undercover entertaining area looking over a large open grassed space, with tastefully landscaped gardens. Perfect for entertaining friends and family or simply spending time with the family outside of the house. Close to respected schools, major transport hubs and arterial roads, shopping centers, the new East Village development and only 15 minutes by car to the CBD, this beautiful home ticks all the boxes.

Properties of this caliber in Cannon Hill are often sought and seldom offered, so don't miss this opportunity to make it your own. Contact Ryan McHarg today for more information, or to organise an inspection, as this one simply will not last.

Features:
  • Single Garage
Land:

607m² / 0.15 acres

Bedrooms:

3

Bathrooms:

1

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Suburb

CANNON HILL

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