Renovated Nundah Queenslander house sold for $2.46 million

Renovated Nundah Queenslander house sold for $2.46 million
Renovated Nundah Queenslander house sold for $2.46 million

A renovated Nundah house has been sold for $2.46 million making it Brisbane’s most expensive weekend auction sale.

Located at 33 Oxford Street, the property captures bay breezes and city skyline due to its elevated position.

The two storey house with pool and tennis court was offered through Ray White having last sold at $1,905,000 in 2009.

Its first level features a chef’s kitchen including gas cooktops and large butler’s pantry.

It also has an open plan dining and living area along with verandahs and outdoor kitchen for indoor/outdoor living.

Ground level features large open plan rumpus room and large kitchenette/laundry room.

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Five generously sized bedrooms are available each with their own walk-in robes with two out of the three bedrooms also having dual access to a full sized ensuite bathroom.

Other features includes a three car garage, solar heated pool and tennis court.

The CBD, cafes, parks and transports are all within close proximity of the property.

The property was offered through Ray White agents Lisa Pearse-Sargeant and Janelle McKenna.

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