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All the benefits of a cosmopolitan lifestyle are offered here in this charming 1800’s colonial.

Sell the car you can leisurely walk to all the best coffee shops in the top of town precinct and catch the train from the nearby transit centre. With the redevelopment of the mall well underway the convenience of the relocation of the library and vibrant new centre will make this an unbelievable opportunity. Centrally located to the Ipswich Boys Grammar, Blair school and the Catholic precinct this is a top spot for a weekday stay over for student and parents travelling long distance. A great future investment as Ipswich continues to grown. Great care has been taken to offer this colonial home in such pristine condition. Freshly painted inside and out with a new bathroom and powder room which could be converted to an ensuite. All of the rooms are large, light-filled and airy and all maintenance is up to date. Large family kitchen area will accommodate the largest table for family gatherings. Nestled on the rise of the street of fine period homes this quintessential colonial home has maintained most of the original features including beaded tongue and groove walls, wide pine polished flooring – broom stick rail ballastraud on open verandah and crisp picket fence to the front. Side access to back yard is a bonus as there is room for a shed. This is such an affordable property with fabulous space, location and potential.

Suitable for:

Investment – Estimated rent return - $360 -$380 per week

Single person

Family with students at school nearby

Young Couple

Retired Couple – Low area at front suitable for ramp


FTTP NBN Pay TV Ready Deck Outdoor entertainment area Fenced Safety Switch Smoke Alarms Establish Gardens
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Address 14 Darling St E, Ipswich
Price SOLD for $322,000
Property Type residential
Property ID 1291
Category House
Land Area 460 m2

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