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Here’s our pick of the best buys in Brisbane and some of its surrounds at the moment – and they start at just $339,000.
This white house offers a slick dual-living and dual-income proposition, blatantly suitable for yield-seeking investors or larger family groups. Duplex one has three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a modern open plan. Its partner has two bedrooms, one bathroom and an equally modern and free-flowing living-dining and kitchen space.
Polley’s Realty & Consulting, Robert Brazel 0414 344 536
A simple design in a neat block of six apartments, this property stands out as a first home or rental asset. A magnet for tenants due to its position five kilometres east of the CBD, Indooroopilly State High and the University of Queensland are inside two kilometres. A balcony runs the width of its floor plan. An open-plan living and dining room adjoins the kitchen and there is a garage.
LJ Hooker, Dean Hamilton 0400 799 447
This is a chilled three-bedroom, two-bathroom, double-storey house on 324 square metres of land with a lush green lookout and multiple timber decks. It presents a solid entry to its popular family-friendly patch. Local primary and high schools are within one kilometre of its front door. Sixty per cent of the suburb’s residents have nested here since at least 2014.
Leighton Jones Real Estate, Leighton Jones 0468 900 200
This high-set pad on the northern bay-side evokes old-school family living. Set on a flat 584-square-metre block, it offers big scope for updating and entertaining. Downstairs is being used as a multi-purpose living space but it could become a second contained residence. A double garage, fenced rear yard, water tank and garden shed are boons.
Ray White, Renee Rennie 0410 324 230
It is the private, paved rear undercover entertaining area that sets this four-bedroom low-set residence apart. It is huge; and its interior is also no minnow. There are two living rooms, a main bedroom suite with dual walk-in wardrobes, and a drive-through double garage. Moreton Bay is a block away, and the train station is the same distance in the opposite direction.
REMAX, Kai Evans 0408 988 630
This open-plan two-bedroom apartment suits buyers scoping contemporary city digs. Teneriffe, which was part of Newstead from 1975 until 2010, is about 2.5 kilometres northeast of Roma Street, assuring enduring appeal with renting professionals. Less than 200 metres from the Brisbane River, residents of the complex gain access to a gated car-park, gym, pool, sun-deck and herb garden.
Richardson & Wrench, Gail Miller 0438 801 709