Lot 26 Slade Street
maryvale QLD 4370


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1363 sqm block in Maryvale with quaint 3 bedroom home is now on the market with CAROLANS FIRST NATIONAL! This lovely home is currently tenanted so perfect for investors or owner-occupiers looking for the right investment opportunity. All bedrooms have built-ins. Open-plan kitchen onto lounge room with separate dining room. Lovely rear verandah with rural views that go forever! Plenty of off-street parking available.

* Maryvale is 20 minutes from Warwick

* Only 1.5 hours from Brisbane

* There is a local historical pub and primary school

* Quiet rural community

The property is currently tenanted at $250 per week with the lease expiring in November 2021. The tenant wishes to remain in the property and would be prepared to sign a 5 or 10-year lease.

Maryvale is a lovely little community, great to raise kids, and being 1.5 hrs to Brisbane, 25 mins to Warwick, 1 hr 10 mins to Toowoomba, you can have the best of both worlds. It truly is a lovely home!

Call Warren Nonmus today on 0431 210 348.

Property Details

Property Type - House

Land Area - 1363m2

Open Times

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Key Features

Built in Robes


Air Conditioning


Contact Details

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Warren Nonmus

Licenced Real Estate Agent

0431 210 348

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