3/62 Abuklea Street WILSTON, QLD 4051Leased
Tidy 1 Bedder in Great Location
- WILSTON QLD
Ideal for a single or a cosy couple:
o – 1 Bedroom
o – 1 Bathroom
o – off street parking available
o – Roomy Lounge area
o – Good sized bedroom
o – Functional kitchen with gas cooking
o – Walking distance to the train
Wilston is located approximately three kilometres from the Brisbane central business district, Wilston is home to many professionals, including many medical professionals, due to its inner city location, proximity to the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital and views of the city that are available from more elevated streets.
In recent years, the area has been transformed by the revamping of Kedron Brook Road, an early precursor to the City Council’s urban renewal process that was to roll out across much of inner Brisbane. This has seen a vibrant hub of al-fresco dining evolve.
Residents are also well serviced by public transport (Wilston train station and regular bus routes) and leisure parks and walkways running alongside Enoggera Creek. The area is also close to local sporting grounds such as Downey Park and Ballymore Stadium.
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.
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