12-14 Rose Street East , Mango Hill, 4509 QLD

Sold For $480,000 May 22, 2018
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HUGE family home with dual living potential, rent out for big returns or demolish to make money, you decide

*** AVAILABLE ** Call for a private viewing also

POTENTIAL to rent out separately up to $620 per week
Home is on two titles of two blocks of land.
The land it sits on is worth MORE than the listed price, SO much value in this property and potential.

Nestled in quiet Mango Hill and sprawling over 810 m2 this large family home has been meticulously cared for. The home features an amazing amount of car accommodation and storage for the growing family, side access, neutral tones throughout and spectacular landscaping.

- Side access
- Double and single carports to front of home
- Double garage to back of home
- Massive covered entertaining area with built in bar which is capable of entertaining 80+ guests
- Fully fenced
- Internal staircase
- Water tank
- Garden shed
- Spot for caravan or boat

- Huge kitchen with loads of cupboards
- Large family room
- Dining and lounge room
- Bathroom for granny flat
- Separate toilet
- Laundry with plenty of storage room
- Granny flat lounge and dining
- Large granny flat modern kitchen
- 2 granny flat bedrooms
- Granny flat courtyard

- 2 bedrooms (one you could nearly put a bowling alley in)
- Bathroom
- Landing with walk in storage

- 298m walk to public transport
- 50 minutes on train to the city of a morning

Private schools (better education overall state score):
- St. Benedict's Catholic Primary School (Primary) (85/100)
- The Lakes College (Primary) (97/100)
- The Lakes College (High school) (96/100)
- Mueller College (Primary) (89/100)
- Mueller College (High school) (92/100)

State schools (better education overall state score):
- North Lakes State College (Primary) (84/100)
- North Lakes State College (High School) (84/100)

- University of the Sunshine Coast at North Lakes

- Westfield North Lakes
- Costco

About Mango Hill
Mango Hill is a suburb of Moreton Bay Region, Queensland. The area was named Mango Hill on 1 September 1980, after the mango trees lining Anzac Avenue as it passes through the area.
In March 2006, the northern part of the suburb was subdivided to form the suburb of North Lakes by the Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Water. Mango Hill railway station was built in 2016

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