Cheap as chips for this fisho’s delight
which is an owner-occupier and you can fish from the rear of the property.
“You don’t have to be in Bluewater (at Trinity Park).”
The character home on Dillon St was listed last week and is within walking distance to schools, shopping precincts and public transport.
“It’s not far from Cazalys and it is on a no-through road,” Mr Coates said.
“Itispricedinthelow $300,000s because it’s a two- bedroom house ... you are marketing to a specific group – a small family or someone downsizing.”
Mr Coates said the owner was a Cairns man who was selling his excess properties to fund a new property project.
“He has had it as an investment for close to 10 years.
“He’s now moving onto his next project.”
The house rents for about $ 370 a week and was built in the 1980s.
“It’s a property that can be expanded on very easily and it has got parklands next door so it’s ideally located.”
According to CoreLogic RP Data, Bungalow has a median house sale price of $355,000 and has experienced a 30 per cent rise in median price in the past three years.
The suburb has the thirdcheape s t me d i a n p r i c ed u n i t s i n t h e Fa r Nor t h a t $ 135,750, following Woree and Mission Beach.
‘WATERFRONT VIEWS’: This property at 17 Dillon St, Bungalow, is for sale in the low $300,000s.
140 Buchan St, Bungalow, sold on February 16 for $390,000.
40 Winkworth St, Bungalow, sold on January 29 for $520,000.
199 Buchan St, Bungalow, sold on February 3 for $470,000.