2/31 Mitcham Street Gaythorne
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Stylish Living, Convenient Location
Presenting 2/31 Mitcham Street, Gaythorne.
Nestled in a prime leafy corner position in a small complex of just four, number 2/31 presents the perfect opportunity to secure a stylish residence with privacy and space.
Offering two levels of living, at the heart of the home on the lower level is a spacious open plan kitchen, lounge and dining leading out to two courtyards - both perfect spots for entertaining or relaxing.
Featuring brand new carpets, a great floorplan and leafy surrounds, there is nothing left to do except move in and enjoy.
Small complex of just 4 residences
3 bedrooms, all with built-ins and ceiling fans
Open plan kitchen, dining and lounge
Generous kitchen with good bench and storage space
Dishwasher provision and wide fridge space in kitchen
Brand new carpets throughout
Ensuite to master bedroom
2 courtyards with established green, leafy outlooks
Security screens to most windows and external doors
Air conditioning to master bedroom and ground floor living
Double (tandem) garage with remote control entry and internal access
Leafy, landscaped surrounds
Prime corner position in complex
Living here will have you positioned in the thriving suburb of Gaythorne situated approximately 7 kilometres North-West from Brisbane's CBD and walking distance to Gaythorne train station, a selection of cafes and sporting fields. Plus, just moments away from parks, schools and Brookside shopping centre - position is perfect.
Body Corporate Administration Fund Levy (1 May 19 - 31 July 19) - $451.00
Body Corporate Sinking Fund Levy (1 May 19 - 31 July 19) - $412.00
Brisbane City Council Rates (1 April 19 - 30 June 19) - $332.03 (excluding $15.03 discount for payment by the due date)
Built In Robes
Split System Aircon
Split System Heating
Bowtell Woodhall Real Estate
31 Blackwood Street
T 07 3355 7746
F 07 3355 9716
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