1/10 Broad Street

Labrador, QLD, 4215

  • 4bed
  • 3bath
  • 2car
  • 1pool



200m to the Broadwater & as big as a house !

Walk to the Broadwater, The Grand Hotel, the famous Charis Seafoods and enjoy the local restaurants, parks, waterways and so much more.
This beautifully positioned family townhouse has its own sparkling pool to give it a relaxing holiday feel.
The lounge has a huge picture window displaying the large stone tiled patio and sparkling swimming pool, with views across to the recreation & sports fields.

Features include:

- Great kitchen with Bosch & Miele appliances, gas cooking, double sink, stone benched and adjacent dining room
- Alfresco dining poolside
- Downstairs lounge room opening to the poolside alfresco - ideal for summer or winter entertaining. High ceilings, 2 living areas, large study with private entry
- Large double garage with storage plus off street parking for two cars
- Fully ducted air-conditioning
- Vacuum aid with on 3 points on each level
- Gas fireplace
- Large downstairs study or 4th bedroom
- Solar power and heated swimming pool and outdoor shower
- Superior landscaping with entertainers undercover patio
- Upstairs living room with wet bar
- Master bedroom with large ensuite (with spa), walk in robes, Juliette balcony, plantation shutters and plenty of natural light
- Bedroom two has it's own large balcony, ideal for day bed and a good book
- Garden shed, spike water available
- Security system and security fly screens
- Close to transport, the Broadwater and restaurants.

This totally rare position on offer will not last long and may not even make the auction!
All offers will be presented and whether you want to live, invest or use as a weekender, this property is just the right opportunity.


- Rates $1229 per 6 months
- Projected rental income estimate $750 per week

Labrador has the best of both worlds, a quiet residential suburb but with trendy cafes and restaurants overlooking the scenic Broadwater.

Developments along Marine Parade such as the Aqua building have helped the suburb to evolve into a trendy area known for its waterfront dining.

The famous Grand Hotel of yesteryear lives on through the new multi storied high rise of the same name. Each year the Gold Coast Marathon, which attracts thousands of keen runners, passes through Labrador along Marine Parade.

The suburb borders the Broadwater with close proximity to the CBD and is central to everything.