14 Sneyd Street, WEST MACKAY QLD 4740

$410 WEEKLY$1,640 Bond
Available from Monday, 12th October at 12:00 am
Listing ID: 184233

Enjoy living in a beautiful classic Queenslander that has been totally renovated and has all the charm of yesteryear but with the modern conveniences of today. The home is fully screened, with some windows and some doors security screened, has easy care new carpet to the bedrooms and Living areas. The air conditioning has been cleverly designed and installed so as to flow through and cool all of the home. This home has six rooms which could be utilised as bedrooms or as whatever you choose them to be. The kitchen is brand new and has room for a dining table and ample cupboard space with a large corner pantry. The upstairs bathroom which is also brand new comprises of a large shower cubicle vanity and toilet. Downstairs is another shower and toilet. the fenced backyard has a large lock-up shed accessed from the side of the house. Under the home is Car accommodation as well as storage and laundry facilities. This home should be inspected to realise the size and the terrific amount of space that this home, shed and yard provides. Call us today to arrange to view this property.

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Property Features
  • House
  • 5 bed
  • 2 bath
  • 4 Parking Spaces
  • 4 Garage
  • Satellite
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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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