381 Kingston Road KINGSTON, QLD 4114$300/Week$1,200 Bond
BUS STOP AT YOUR DOOR STEP, CLOSE TO SHOPS, SCHOOLS & MOTORWAYS
- KINGSTON QLD
This lowset 3 bedroom is situated on a large block with plenty of green space. Fresh and neat, this home offers comfort and space for the growing family. Located in a great position, close to shops and public transport with the ‘Edith St’ bus stop at your doorstep.
Property features include:
-Open plan air conditioned living & dining area
-Spacious kitchen with large walk in pantry and plenty of cupboards
-3 Bedrooms – Master bedroom is air conditioned
-1 Bathroom with combined shower/bath
-Large shed with power plus a smaller shed for extra storage
-Undercover parking for 2 cars
-Large peaceful backyard fully fenced
-1km from shops
-Bus stop out the front of the property
-Cats considered, sorry no dogs
Kingston is conveniently located approximately 3kms from Logan Central and 27kms from Brisbane CBD. Kingston offers easy access to the Pacific and Logan Motorways as well as public transport options of buses and nearby train stations.
Application forms can be downloaded and printed from our website. Your completed application can be handed to our leasing consultant at the property inspection or emailed.
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 30 minutes prior to the appointment time.
PLEASE NOTE: New 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 contact our office for a copy of the General Tenancy Agreement to be emailed to you if you wish to submit an application.
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