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118 Donaldson Street, WEST MACKAY QLD 4740

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Listing ID: 21211940

Estimated to have been built in the mid 1900’s this proud lowset Queenslander is positioned on a 802m2 corner allotment within easy walking distance to shopping, medical, daycare, hospital and Primary Schools of your choice. Mackay CBD, sporting clubs/fields, restaurants and airport are just minutes away.

This traditional Queenslander is constructed of weather board external walls and colourbond roof with timber floors, high ceilings and French doors. The air-conditioned home offers original front porch, sunroom that could be utilised as an office/study, separate lounge – dining rooms, modern kitchen with more than ample bench space, corner pantry, gas range, under bench oven and dishwasher. The home features two bedrooms, sleepout that runs ¾ the length of the home that can be used as a third bedroom, main bath with large shower recess, 2 W C’s, enclosed laundry, rear, ground level entertainment area and under roof car accommodation. As a bonus there is a 6mtr x 4mtr powered shed that has easy access.

The home has been restumped and re-roofed in the last 12 months.

Currently Tenanted the home is open for inspection by appointment. If you are looking for that elusive Queenslander in West Mackay then this is a must to inspect.

Property Description:

* 802m2 corner allotment. * Fenced.
* Timber construction. * Near new colour bond roof.
* Re-stumped. * Traditional front porch.
* Sunroom. * Separate Lounge/dining.
* Modern kitchen. * 2 Bedrooms, 1 B/I.
* Spacious sleepout. * Main bathroom.
* 2 separate W C’s. * Separate laundry.
* Polished floors. * Rear entertainment area.
* 2 car carport. * 6mtr x 4mtr powered shed.

Price: $389,000.00 Contact Tom 0412 372 403.

DISCLAIMER: The Agent does not give any warranty as to errors or omissions, if any, in these particulars, the provided information from the Vendor can be deemed reliable but not accurate. Any persons interested in the property should conduct their own research.

Property Features
  • House
  • 3 bed
  • 1 bath
  • 2 Parking Spaces
  • Land is 802 m²
  • 2 Toilet
  • 2 Carport
  • Open Parking Spaces
  • Secure Parking
  • Dishwasher
  • Built In Robes
  • Outdoor Entertaining
  • Shed
  • Fully Fenced
  • Satellite
  • Street View

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Fast Facts about West Mackay
    West Mackay is (as the name suggests) west of the Mackay central business district. Having a diamond-like shape, it is bounded by the Pioneer River to the north-west, the Bruce Highway to the north-east, Paradise Street to the south-easat and the North Coast railway line to the south-west. The land is low lying and flat. The North Coast railway line and the Glenella Connection Road pass through the locality from south to north-west crossing the river on separate bridges (the road bridge being called the Edmund Casey Bridge) to Foulden. Another major transport routes through the suburb is the Nebo Road. The Mackay Base Hospital is located on Hospital Road beside the Pioneer River. The Mackay Botanic Gardens are located off Lagoon Street and features a natural lagoon.
    There was previously a bridge, known as the (Old) Hospital Bridge, which connected Talty Road in Foulden to Bridge Street in West Mackay (adjacent to the Mackay Base Hospital). It was the first bridge over the Pioneer River (and was originally known as the Pioneer Bridge). Construction commenced in 1875. The low bridge was prone to flooding. In April 2009 its replacement was open to the west of the Hospital Bridge carrying the newly-constructed Glenella Connection Road over the Pioneer River. On 5 December 2009, the new bridge was named the Edmund Casey Bridge in honour of long-serving local Member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly, Ed Casey, as part of the Q150 celebrations. Local residents campaigned to retain the Old Hospital Bridge for recreational use such as walking, cycling and fishing, but the council insisted the costs of making it safe were too great and that only a short segment connected on the West Mackay side would be preserved as a fishing pier. However, in March 2017, Cyclone Debbie damaged the fishing pier., necessitating a new fishing pier to be built. The new pier will be L-shaped and more resistant to flood damage.
    Mackay West State School opened on 11 February 1924.


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