4-6 Esk Street Crows Nest, QLD 4355

Sold for $285,000 on 9 Apr 2018
  • 4 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • 3 Cars

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House in Crows Nest

Convenient Location on 1/2 Acre

  • 4 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • 3 Cars

Located within minutes of the Town Centre and only a stones throw to the Park is this lovely 1960's Brick Home full of 1960's features, it's like stepping back in time!
If you're into quirky features and love something a bit different, then this property would be one to see.
Entrance into the Living Area featuring an Air-Conditioner. Sliding doors to the Dining Room with a a great functional Kitchen, Large Walk-In Pantry. Hallway down to 3 Built-In Bedrooms and a Fourth small Bedroom which could be used as an Office.
Outside there are plenty of Out Buildings for Storage. There is a Single Garage suitable for a high vehicle, plus a Double Car Garage. There is also 2 more buildings.
The existing Chook Shed is there and wouldn't take much to bring it back to house some Chooks.
This is a very unique 2,023m2 property in a quiet cul-de-sac and an inspection is encouraged.
Crows Nest is a vibrant rural town 35 minutes drive, north of Toowoomba. The town offers a good mix of localised services and facilities including a School, Supermarket, Newsagent, Post Office, Hardware, Mechanics, Banks, Medical Practice, Childcare, Vet, Police & Ambulance.
The town also provides a range of recreational facilities including a Golf Course, Swimming Pool, Bowling, Tennis, Squash and Gym Facilities.
The town's location on the New England Highway makes Crows Nest an easy commute to and from Toowoomba as well as the broader region. Crows Nest provides a pleasant climate that benefits from the areas natural beauty amongst the dividing range.

  • Air Conditioning
  • Built-In Wardrobes
  • Close To Shops
  • Close To Transport
  • Polished Timber Floor
  • Secure Parking

3 garage spaces






Crows Nest

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