26 Newburn Street Hillcrest, 4118

** SOLD BY DERRICK WILLIAMS! **

Four Bedroom + Study with Big Backyard
Located in a super convenient and highly sought after Hillcrest, this neat and tidy family home is perfectly positioned in a quiet street and close to major shopping centres, restaurants, schools, public transport, parks/playgrounds with easy access to the Logan Motorway.

Move in ready 26 Newburn Street is an amazing opportunity packed with loads of potential that is perfect for families, first home buyers and the investor. Featuring a generous 722m2 block that is fully fenced with two garden sheds, double carport with double colorbond gates, length of the home front porch, greenery providing privacy screens, backyard big enough to kick/throw and hit the ball, large outdoor entertaining area.

Stepping inside, this home offers four bedrooms all with built-ins, open plan modern kitchen/dining, living area, your very own storage room, study area, internal laundry and has been freshly painted ready for you to move straight in.

Property features:
- 4 complete with built ins
- Master bedroom: ensuite with plenty of shelving
- Main bathroom with shower/tub
- Living area that flows through to the dining
- Modern kitchen with plenty of cupboard space ceramic cook top & wall mounted oven
- Study area off the lounge
- Large storage room
- Internal laundry
- Large outdoor entertaining area overlooking the spacious backyard
- Length of the house front porch
- Security screens on doors and windows
- Freshly painted throughout
- Two car accommodation
- Two garden sheds
- Gardens with loads of privacy
- Fully fenced 722m2

Close to:
- Grand Plaza Shopping Centre
- Public Transport
- Numerous primary schools plus Browns Plains State High
- Day care centres
- Greenbank RSL
- Sporting/activity centres
- Parks & playgrounds
- Quick and easy access to the Logan Motorway

All information contained herein is gathered from sources we believe to be reliable. However we cannot guarantee its accuracy and interested persons should rely on their own inquiries