Non-waterfront home fetches significant price in growth hotspot

first_img39 Tallaroon Street, Jindalee. Get the latest real estate news direct to your inbox here for FREE. The property, on a 1771sq m block, is already on two lots.“It looks like there will be some subdividing taking place and the home will remain where it sits on the land,” Mr Kremer said.“With the surrounding suburbs such has Kenmore, Chapel Hill, Oxley and Sherwood combined with the lack of homes available over the past 12 months, down 31 per cent through the centenary suburbs, land in Jindalee especially has now become much more viable and desirable.”Mr Kremer said values of land through the Centenary area were being “pushed upwards”. 39 Tallaroon Street, Jindalee.A property in this southeast Queensland suburb has fetched a new record price for a non waterfront home.More Estate Agents — Jindalee selling agent Steven Kremer said the home at 39 Tallaroon St, Jindalee sold for $850,000, a record price for a home not on the river or riverside.Mr Kremer said the four-bedroom, two-bathroom home belonged to a family who had owned the property since 1973.“The home was originally completed in 1969 and was one of the earliest homes built in Jindalee,” Mr Kremer said.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019“The block size and elevation were the key.”last_img

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