Townhouse for Sale

Unit 2 and 4/104 Torquay Road SCARNESS, QLD 4655

  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1 Car

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Townhouse for Sale in SCARNESS

Award Winning Townhouses at an Affordable Price - Only 2 Remain!

  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1 Car

This is your chance to own one of 2 Architecturally Designed Modern Townhouses. Only a short stroll to Scarness Beach, the Esplanade, Cafes and the Beach House.

Each Townhouse boasts:

  • 3 spacious bedrooms with built-in robes
  • Master with ensuite, WIR, A/C and a private balcony
  • Open plan living area with A/C
  • Modern kitchen with quality European appliances, stone bench tops and soft close cabinetry
  • State of the art bathrooms with frame less glass shower screens, stylish glass-top vanities, extra large baths and quality soft close toilets
  • Separate powder room with toilet down stairs
  • High ceilings throughout with void at entry
  • Single garage with workshop/storage, internal and remote access
  • Private courtyard with established gardens
  • Energy efficient appliances, LED lights, water efficient tapware, fully insulated walls and roof.
  • Rent appraisal at $320p/w
  • Body corp approx $1700 per annum, pet friendly on application
  • Winner at the 2016 Wide Bay Burnett Housing & Construction Awards
  • Short drive to the CBD, Hospitals, Airport, Marina and schools/universities
  • Both units are currently rented until Feb 2018

These luxury townhouses have been designed to provide a modern and comfortable lifestyle with extra attention to detail and quality fixtures and fittings throughout. Do not miss out on this opportunity Call me today to arrange your inspection.

  • Air Conditioning
  • Built-In Wardrobes
  • Close To Schools
  • Close To Shops
  • Close To Transport
  • Garden

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