By Metricon Homes

Lot 3204 Metricon Homes Metro 31 Stamford

$1,283,297

4

Bedrooms

2

Bathrooms

2

Parking

  • TypeHouse & Land
  • Lot no3204
  • Land size500m2
  • House size291m2
Description

An abundance of accommodation that will suit blocks as narrow as just 10 metres. Welcome to the appropriately named Metro, re-defining present day urban living.  Includes four spacious bedrooms and a lovely study nook for your home office or student, a huge integrated living hub and both a secondary leisure room and a media room upstairs. With your choice of three facades, it represents contemporary living at it's best. 

  • Fixed Site Costs
  • Floor Coverings throughout
  • Exposed aggregate Driveway and Path
  • Colorbond Roof
  • Council building and water application fees
  • Turf to the Front
  • Outdoor Room
  • Render to Brickwork
  • Feature Front door
  • Ducted air conditioning
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*Price is correct as at date of publication and is subject to change without notice or obligation. Applies to selected House & Land Package only. Subject to availability. Stockland is only responsible for the sale of the land. Price is based on the Builder’s standard plans and specifications, standard inclusions and preferred building surveyor. Price does not include stamp duty, registration fees, additional costs that may be incurred under the Building Contract (eg due to delays in titling the lot) or any other incidental fees associated with the acquisition of land or a home or the construction of a home.
Price correct as at 08/03/2019. See full Terms & Conditions for details.

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FEATURES

Close to Redcliffe beaches

Five proposed parks and eco-corridor

Four private and public schools

Shopping & dining options nearby, Proposed Newport Town Centre

Testimonial

We are looking forward to having a brand new house near the water at Newport. Luke Clarke and Sabra Matthews