113 Turner Street Scarborough, QLD 4020

Sold on 13 Mar 2018
  • 3 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • 2 Cars

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  • 3 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • 2 Cars

Set in the sand-fringed Redcliffe Peninsula, this charming 3-bedroom home is just a short stroll from the beach.

Flowing over a single level, it's white interiors and wood paneling evoke a holiday-house feel. Lovely hardwood floors and ceiling fans throughout help keep the house cool, as does a powerful air conditioning unit - but dont worry, there's a 5kw solar system to help with the bills. All 3 bedrooms have built-in robes, while the bathroom features both under sink and overhead storage. A separate laundry is conveniently located next to the bathroom and includes a large washtub. The pleasant and spacious kitchen comes with loads of bench space, plenty of shelving and a separate nook for cooking.

Ready to move in to, there is also the possibility to build upwards. Be inspired by impressive neighbouring properties and explore the outstanding potential of this block and its incredible location.

Outside, the large sunny backyard is low maintenance, with a lush green lawn that enjoys intermittent shade from neighbouring palm trees, and features 3 water tanks to assist in keep the yard so luscious and green. An idyllic tropical lagoon-style pool surrounded by sandstone paving is the perfect place to cool off or enjoy alfresco dining. At the end of the block is an external retreat which can be used as a pool cabana, studio or accommodation - which is also separately metered. At the front, a covered car port can fit 2 cars.

Located just 30 km from Brisbane CBD, you'll live close to schools, cafes and restaurants. The ability to easily utilise bike paths, playgrounds and ocean sports make this perfect for anyone looking to make the most of all that seaside living has to offer.


2 garage spaces







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