Attached is a full turnkey “to be built” house/land package for the in demand suburb of Norman Park!
This 405m2 allotment is situated in one of the best streets in the area, and your new property will be minutes from great local amenities and just 6km from the CBD. Norman Park is a highly coveted city fringe location and Thackeray Street is an outstanding address to own. Families will adore this location, close to an array of quality schools including Anglican Church Grammar School (Churchie) and Lourdes Hill College.
Take a stroll down Bulimba’s Oxford Street, only minutes away, which offers an array of dining options, cinemas, great local parks and river walk tracks. Venturing to the city and surrounding suburbs has never been simpler with Norman Park train station and Norman Park ferry terminal just moments from your doorstep.
This magic home features four bedrooms plus a multi-purpose room that could be turned into a fifth bedroom, with a chef’s dream of a kitchen and butler pantry and a huge rumpus room upstairs for all occasions.
Good access by motorways and public transport. Has its own new train station. New shopping centre. Next door to Inala, which is a green and quiet suburb, with many parks and playgrounds, schools, childcare, medical centres, authentic restaurants and fresh affordable produce at the numerous shops at Inala Civic.
By train from Richlands station 27-30 minutes. By car from 20 minutes up, depending on the time, the day and traffic.
This package includes: Ducted air conditioning, 40mm stone kitchen bench tops with waterfall ends, 20mm stone bench tops to kitchen pantry, sheen finish to kitchen cupboards and soft close drawers, pendant lights over island bench, bathrooms and en-suite. Open tread timber staircase with glass balustrade with steel look frames, 900mm kitchen appliances, 600×600 rectified porcelain tiles to hallway, living/dining area, kitchen and pantry. Downlights throughout.
Framelss shower screens, floor to ceiling tiling in bathrooms and ensuite, render to front facade, 1 metre return (lower level only). 2700 ceiling heights to lower level, 2550 ceiling heights to top level and site costs
Key features of our homes are:
A True Full Turnkey Package including these key features:
- Your choice of colours and inclusions from our builder’s standard range
- Architectural vanity units, tapware and toilet suites
- Quality doors and door furniture
- Stone benchtops to the kitchen
- Stainless steel dishwasher, oven, range hood and hotplates
- Tiles and carpet throughout
- Split system air-conditioner in the living area
- Security screens to windows and doors
- Blinds to windows
- Ceiling fans to all bedrooms and living area
- Two up-and-down lights to front elevation
- Render to front facade with a 1m return
- Driveway and paths – Turf, fencing and landscaping
- Letterbox, clothesline and concrete pad under clothesline
- Six year structural guarantee – 12 month defects liability period – Quality assurance in the construction
- warranties and certificates provided
Norman Park Suburb Profile
|4km east of the Brisbane CBD|
|Proximity to Brisbane city, Norman Park rail station, CP Bottomley Park|
|Only 4 km from the heart of Brisbane, Norman Park offers residents numerous parks and recreational areas close to the central business district. Bordered by East Brisbane, Coorparoo, Camp Hill, Morningside and Hawthorne, Norman Park offers limited housing along the Brisbane River. Buyers will find a diverse range of properties available and some excellent examples of renovated Queenslanders and post-war workers cottages. The neighbouring suburbs service the needs of school-aged residents and also offer a variety of larger supermarket and retail outlets to complement Norman Park’s local stores. The Coorparoo retail precinct in particular offers easy access to Coles, Myer Mega Mart, banking and some smaller street stores. Students are also in close proximity to the Morningside campus of Griffith University while sports lovers are in close proximity to The Gabba. For those commuters opting to leave the car at home, the Norman Park railway station is available as are regular bus services to both the city and Carindale Shopping Centre. CP Bottomley Park and other parkland reserves offer residents a variety of walk and bikeways, barbeque and picnic spots. The scouts also meet in Norman Park at the reserve situated alongside the Norman Park Bowls Club. Norman Park has benefited from the continuing trend towards inner city living. Coupled with its good public transport and local facilities Norman Park has experienced strong growth over the last five years.|