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Red Hot Auction – 6.30pm Thursday 9th May 2013

By Cathy Pieroz

Proudly marketed by Danielle Barnes this Red Hot High Set situated at 9 Consort St, Alexandra Hills will be Auctioned at Sirromet Winery, Mount Cotton.

Been looking for a tidy “high-set” home in a great position? Then this is the one for you! The owners have taken care of every detail to make this spacious high set home ready to move in and enjoy. It has loads of storage, vehicle accommodation with access to the big back yard and conveniently located within walking distance to schools, transport, and only 1km from the Alexandra Hills Shopping Centre. Upstairs you will find beautiful polished timber floors and a fresh coat of paint, air conditioned lounge/dining plus 3 good sized bedrooms one with a built in veranda and air conditioning, original bathroom and tidy family kitchen with dishwasher. Step out into the breeze on the covered entertaining deck that overlooks the vibrant backyard and gardens, perfect for a BBQ get together or Sunday brunch with family and friends. Downstairs has been built in to make a great pool room or teenagers retreat, with 2nd toilet, ceiling fans, plenty of storage and cupboard space, plus the potential to convert into dual living. Make no mistake, this property will be sold on or before Auction day! The owners are half packed and ready for their move down south so call Danielle today to arrange your inspection before it’s to late! Features: * 3 bedrooms upstairs, 2 with fans and built-ins, master with air conditioning * Polished timber floors and fresh paint * Kitchen with dishwasher and large pantry * Large, covered rear deck overlooking the fully fenced yard * Built in underneath with Dual living potential * Double carport + good sized garden shed * Dual side access with carport and boat port, power to both * Built in alarm system

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