5A Wimbledon Way OXENFORD, QLD 4210

Sold for $434,000 on 28 Jul 2014
  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 2 Cars

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Price Reduction! The Real' Oxenford.. Perfect Location!

  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 2 Cars

My Vendor has instructed me to sell this rare opportunity situated on sought after Wimbledon Way in our beautiful Oxenford! The property has all the features you would expect including 4 bedrooms 2 bathrooms and a neat in ground pool. There are 2 large separate living areas and a generous sized kitchen with gas cooking!

Bring your family as this is a fantastic family home. The property offers plenty of security with its fenced enclosure around the front of the home and security screens. Interior access from the garage directly into the tiled areas of the home.

Built in 2000 the current owner has looked after this property very well and you can see the love in the maintenance of the gardens and lawns.

It will tick your boxes with 3 split air conditioners, solar panels, large back yard and room for a boat or trailer that can be taken straight through the back of the garage and onto the concreted area through a second garage rear roller door!

Features include;

4 Beds Master with ensuite
2 Bathrooms
Tiled and carpeted open plan living
3 x Split Air Conditioners
Ceiling Fans Throughout
Dishwasher ( never been used)
New carpet throughout
Full Security Screens and Doors
Fully Gated and Fenced
Plenty of Storage
Fantastic Street Appeal
Situation in Great Street
In Ground Pool
Room for Boat/ Trailer
Tiled Alfresco/ Entertaining Area
Large Flat Backyard
Safe Front Yard
Lock Up Garage

Close to all amenities, M1 and situated to capture the breeze, you can grab your piece of Oxenford today.. but be quick! Please call Gail to book your private inspection!

  • Air Conditioning
  • Built-In Wardrobes
  • Double Garage
  • Formal Lounge
  • Garden
  • Pool

600m² / 0.15 acres







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