157 Thornton Street RACEVIEW, QLD 4305

Leased
Property Details

157 Thornton Street RACEVIEW, QLD 4305

Leased
Description

3 Bedrooms Plus Study - Cute as a Button Queenslander

- RACEVIEW QLD

Low set beauty on a quiet peaceful park side street awaits new tenants. Situated on a big level block this beautiful country style home presents substantial lifestyle and appeal, this cosy and welcoming home will reward you for many years to come.

It is a property that enjoys the elements of location; character and lifestyle that have helped create one of Ipswich most sought localities.

The home retains its original configuration with three bedrooms, one bathroom, covered decks and a generous eat in kitchen zone.

THE PROPERTY
O – 3 Bedrooms
O – 1 Bathroom
O – Single Garage

THE FEATURES
O – 3 Bedrooms plus study
O – Huge level block
O – Big eat in kitchen with separate lounge
O – Low maintenance hardwood floors throughout and original VJ timber walls
O – Queenslander soaring ceilings
O – Covered front and side deck, where you can entertain friends & family
O – Single garage
O – Large fenced backyard, pets upon application

Application forms can also be downloaded and printed from our website. Your completed application can be handed to our leasing consultant at the property inspection or emailed to the Leasing Crew.

Appointments can change without notice if you fail to register with our office there is no guarantee we will attend the inspection, so please register to ensure you are contacted. The cut-off is 30minutes prior to the appointment time.

PLEASE NOTE: Legislation states that you must read the General Tenancy Agreement and any special terms prior to putting an application in on the property. You can read the General Tenancy Agreement on the Residential Tenancies Authority website.

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