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10 Quiet Valley Crescent, Buderim

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LOW MAINTENACE & EASY LIVING

At number 10 Quiet Valley Crescent Buderim sits a divine Granny Flat set back from the road & totally independent of the main house with it's own private courtyard.

This neat and tidy property consists of two well-scaled bedrooms both with ceiling fans; the master bedroom has built-in cupboards, whilst the other bedroom has some storage options. The new kitchen is open, light and airy with a spacious family area, which leads out to the courtyard. There is also a separate lounge space with air-conditioning for your comfort.

Outside, there’s private and easily maintained courtyard surrounded by rainforest with a partially covered space. Making outdoor entertaining or relaxation a breeze.

- New light and airy open kitchen leading to the courtyard

- Air-conditioning in lounge room, ceiling fans in bedrooms

- Private courtyard, with rainforest backdrop

- Covered area for outdoor entertaining

- Close to beautiful Quiet Valley Park with lovely wild life

- Small pet considered upon application

- Tenants invoiced quarterly for electricity

- Rent includes water

- only minutes away from Buderim village eateries, shops, medical and professional suites

- Just over an hour’s drive to Brisbane

****Pets considered upon application****

***Online applications preferred. Visit our website, find the property and select the red “apply for this property” tab. Property must be viewed before any applications will be processed***

Inspection by emailing kristy@firstnationalriverside.com.au or call 0402 988 920

$390 per week

ID# 22038130051

Date Available Now

Bond $1,560

Kristy Burns

Kristy Burns
0402 988 920

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