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15 Dutton Street DUTTON PARK, QLD 4102

Sold on 26 Nov 2012
  • 5 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 3 Cars
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SOLD BY MAREE GRIEVE

  • 5 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 3 Cars

This generous size Queenslander, in the sought after suburb of Dutton Park, offers an abundance of space for the growing family. Nestled on a prime and elevated 607m2 block of Residential A real estate, and featuring a north/east aspect, this home is also located in the Brisbane SHS catchment area.

Enjoy the company of your family and friends, whether it be relaxing on the back deck looking into your well landscaped gardens, or playing in the good size, flat yard.

Take pleasure in preparing meals in a large, well appointed kitchen, containing Tasmanian Oak timber cabinetry and stainless steel appliances, including a dishwasher and gas cooktop.

There are five good sized bedrooms, the main featuring a walk in robe and ensuite, the second bedroom with a powder room, and an area that could be used as an office/study, and built in robes in bedrooms three and four.

This property is handy to the Green Bridge, University of Queensland, Princess Alexandra and Mater Hospitals, Southbank Parklands and Dining Precinct, BSHS, St Laurence's College and Somerville House, Dutton Park SS and St Itas Primary School along with parks and shopping centres.

Property Features:

  • Plenty of storage
  • Air conditioning
  • Good security
  • Remote lock up garage
  • 607m, Res A, prime real estate in Brisbane SHS catchment
  • Elevated North/East aspect
  • Tasmanian Oak and S/Steel kitchen, modern bathrooms
  • Original features, ornate ceilings, coloured leadlight glass windows and doors, polished timber floorboards, vj walls

This home is a must to inspect for those who want prime real estate and inner city living!

Rates: $495.90 per qtr approx

Bedrooms:

5

Bathrooms:

4

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