22 Freesia Close,
Springfield Lakes Queensland 4300
Price: $449,000 PLUS CONSIDERED
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Step into Springfield Lakes and be quick to snap up your part of this relaxed and friendly community. Set in a quiet cul-de-sac, this home has everything you want and is close to all that you need.
*Master bedroom with ensuite
*Main bathroom with bath and separate shower
*Tiled and carpeted
*Internal Access through 2 car lockup with remote control
*Close to Public Transport
Being a planned community, a lot of thought has been put into what the residents might want or need - and nothing has been overlooked. Only a short walk to the Orion Shopping Centre, Springfield Lagoon, Robelle Parklands, Springfield Central Sports Complex, Medical Facilities, public transport, library and cinema. Sought after Springfield Lakes State School and Springfield Central State High School are in your catchment with multiple private school for both junior and senior education within a 5km radius.
Only 26km from the Brisbane CBD, Springfield Lakes is close to major arterials like the Centenary Highway and the Logan Motorway, with its lake views and tranquil bushland, Springfield Lakes sets the standard for relaxed community living. This home will sell quickly, so don't miss your opportunity.
This property is currently leased for $420 per week and the council rates are approximately $500 per quarter.
Contact Adam Workman, Roxanne Workman or Liz Nolan from RE/MAX Ignite for your welcomed inspection today!
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