Rarely available in the tightly held suburb of Tarragindi, this desirable property will attract high levels of interest from a diverse range of buyers. The two-storey brick home represents excellent value, boasting four bedrooms, two bathrooms, multiple living areas and a sizable backyard. The property is positioned within a quiet cul-de-sac, accessing transport, schools, parks and shopping centres, just ten minutes from the Brisbane CBD. The first time on the market in over 30 years, the option to move right in or start from scratch and create your dream home will entice those who are looking to break into the competitive inner-city market.

A versatile layout and dual-living opportunities present themselves through three bedrooms and one bathroom upstairs and extra rooms and bathroom downstairs. Upstairs flaunts arched doorways and large windows, displaying an open plan living and dining area that accesses the south facing balcony. The retro kitchen features ample cabinetry, bench space and appliances including an oven, stove and dishwasher, while the bathroom contains a bath, separate walk-in shower and powder room. Accessed via the internal staircase, downstairs comprises two bedrooms, rumpus room and bathroom with sauna, while the property also incorporates a double garage, security screens, air conditioning and ceiling fans throughout.

The lifestyle on offer is a major drawcard for this property, the location affording easy access to transport, schools, shops and major arterials including the M1, M3 and Clem 7. Greenslopes, Princess Alexandra and Mater hospitals are all nearby, with a myriad of local parks, bike and walkways at your disposal. In the catchment area for Junction Park State School and Yeronga State High School, this is a great opportunity for families to put down roots in a sought-after suburb. Those with a creative eye may look to renovate, whilst the ability to move straight into this liveable home will excite first homeowners and investors alike.

– Two-storey brick home available in a cul-de-sac position of tightly held Tarragindi
– Four oversized bedrooms, two bathrooms, multiple living areas & sizable backyard
– Access to transport, schools, parks, shopping centres & 10 minutes from Brisbane CBD
– First time on the market in over 30 years – move in as is or create your dream home
– Versatile layout/dual-living opportunities
– Upstairs with open plan living/dining area accessing the south facing balcony
– Kitchen features ample cabinetry, bench space, oven, stove & dishwasher
– Bathroom contains a bath, separate walk-in shower & powder room
– Downstairs comprises multi function rooms, rumpus room & bathroom with sauna
– Property incorporates double garage, security screens, air con & ceiling fans
– Access to transport, schools, shops & major arterials including the M1, M3 + Clem 7
– Greenslopes, Princess Alexandra & Mater hospitals are all nearby
– Catchment area for Junction Park State School & Yeronga State High School

NB There is a current tenant in place until 15th June 2022. Tenants currently paying $470 per week.

1. All bidders must be registered. The auctioneer may register a person as a bidder only if the person has provided his/her name and address and satisfactory evidence of his/her identity. If the bidder is successful, the name listed on the registration form will be the name of the buyer in the contract of sale, unless the bidder is bidding on behalf of another person in accordance with conditions 9 and 10.

2. The highest approved bidder will be the buyer subject to:
a. the reserve price, if any; and
b. the seller’s approval.

3. A cooling-off period will not apply to any contract of sale formed on a sale by auction or entered into, by no later than 5.00 pm on the second clear business day after the property was passed in at auction, with a registered bidder for the auction.

4. The buyer acknowledges that the contract of sale will not be conditional on any of the following:
a. finance; and
b. building and pest inspection reports.

5. Bids will only be accepted from registered bidders.

6. Bidders must use the numbered identifier provided by the auctioneer to make a bid during the auction.

7. The seller reserves the right to bid, either personally or by a representative. If the seller or their representative bids for the property the auctioneer must clearly announce to all other bidders that the bid is made on behalf of the seller.

8. The bidder warrants their ability to enter and complete the contract of sale in accordance with its terms.

9. Any person bidding on behalf of another person must provide the auctioneer with a copy of their written authority before the auction; otherwise the bidder will be taken to be acting on their own behalf. The auctioneer may register a person as a bidder only if the person gives the auctioneer the name and address of the other person for whom bids are intended to be made on instructions given by the other person by telephone.

10. If the bidder is authorised to bid on behalf of another person, and is the Buyer in accordance with condition 2, the bidder warrants the other person’s ability to enter and complete the contract of sale in accordance with its terms.

11. The auctioneer has the discretion to refuse to accept a bid from any bidder. A bid will be taken to be accepted and irrevocable unless the auctioneer refuses it. If the auctioneer refuses a bid, the auctioneer must announce to all other bidders that the bid has been refused.

12. Without affecting condition 11, if there is any dispute over a bid or the result, the Auctioneer may:
a. re-open the bidding; and/or
b. determine the dispute in any other way the auctioneer considers appropriate in his/her absolute discretion.

13. Immediately on the fall of the hammer the property is sold, the bidder of the highest bid accepted in accordance with condition 2, must sign, as buyer, the contract of sale in the form displayed or circulated with the conditions of sale and pay the deposit to the nominated deposit holder.

14. The deposit paid under the contract of sale is 10% of the successful bid or any other percentage figure nominated in the contract of sale.

15. The seller and the buyer agree to sign all documents and do everything else necessary to transfer the property to the buyer. The seller and the buyer each appoint the auctioneer their agent to sign the contract of sale on their behalf. This appointment is non-revocable.

16. If the buyer does not pay the deposit, at the seller’s option:
a. the result of the auction will be treated as invalid and the property may be resubmitted to public auction at the risk and expense of that buyer; or
b. the seller may affirm the contract of sale and pursue their legal and other remedies against the buyer as they see fit.

17. The decision of the auctioneer s final in all matters relating to the auction.

18. The bidder consents to the use of electronic communication in accordance with the provisions set out in Chapter 2 of the Electronic Transactions (Queensland) Act 2001 (Qld) and Electronic Transactions Act 1999 (Cth).

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Real Property Description: Lot 120 on RP37429

Land Area: 405 sqm

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