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55 Cedar Street Greenslopes, QLD 4120

Sold for $650,000 on 29 May 2017
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1 Car
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PRICE REDUCTION! MUST BE SOLD!

  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1 Car

Inner City Character Home with Potential

A rare opportunity in the tightly held suburb of Greenslopes, this is your chance to secure a charming family home on an elevated 422 square metre block.

With versatility for renovation, refurbishment or extension, this beloved family home is perfect for the astute buyer looking to add value.

Inside, light filled interiors include desirable original features including ornate cornices and ceiling roses, timber plate rails and stunning lead light doors.

Already housing two living areas, a huge kitchen, a family bathroom, three bedrooms and an indoor BBQ entertainment area, this space can be refurbished to create a haven of understated style, perfect for the growing family.
Internal stairs lead to the lower level with additional rooms being used as a rumpus room, a bathroom, a laundry, a workshop and one car lock up accommodation.

Outside the fully fenced yard is surrounded by established gardens and fruit trees.

Rejuvenate this property by refreshing the original structure and design or do a complete modern update, the potential is endless.

Greenslopes is a fantastic suburb with great lifestyle appeal including easy access to hospitals, Stones Corner with shops, restaurants, and supermarkets. Quality primary and secondary schools are just moments from your doorstep and the CBD is less than 5km away.

Sought-after area, limitless possibilities don't talk about the one that got away, inspect now.

Features:
  • Air Conditioning
  • Built-In Wardrobes
  • Close To Schools
  • Close To Shops
  • Close To Transport
  • Fireplace(S)
Parking:

1 garage space

Bedrooms:

3

Bathrooms:

2

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Suburb

Greenslopes

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