136 Glen Eagles Dr, Robina Qld 4226
Offers Over $729,000
INSPECTIONS AVAILABLE: Most days between 8am - 7pm
HIGHLIGHTS: - Single Level House - Near Bus Stop – 862m2 Block – 4 Bed – 2 Bath – 2 Car – 2 Living Area – Walk to Shops.
KITCHEN: - Great bench space, Lots of cupboards, dishwasher, stainless steel appliances
LIVING: - Formal lounge, Dining Room & Family Room
BEDROOMS: - generously sized with built in robes
BATHROOMS: - main bathroom and separate ensuite
OUTDOORS: - Swimming Pool, Alfresco entertaining area
Land - 862 m2
$695 per week (currently tenanted)
Council - $2100 per year
Water - $500 per quarter
SCHOOL CATCHMENT ZONE:
Robina Primary School
Varsity College Secondary School
INSPECTIONS AVAILABLE: Monday, Wednesday, Friday
SUBURB PROFILE – ROBINA
Robina sets the standard for residential living on the Gold Coast.
Buying, renting or investing in property is a big decision. Knowing that Robina is right for you is just as important as the property itself. We've done some number crunching on Robina's demographic information to help you make a more informed decision and better understand the Robina lifestyle.
With over 100 parks, six childcare centres, four golf courses, two schools and a top-notch university, Robina has got life-long learning and lifestyle covered for the young and young at heart.
As a master-planned development, there is a place for everything stylish here – and everything is in its stylish place.
Terracotta and cream single-storey dwellings mixed with brick homes and chic townhouses line Robina’s quiet local streets and wide boulevards.
Once a swampy cow paddock (bought for $4 per acre in 1965), master-planned Robina is now a state-of-the-art neighbourhood.
Established in 1980 and with an increasing array of world-class facilities and services, Robina is the jewel in the crown of one of Queensland’s fastest growing regions.
Robina was planned with children in mind, with specially designed parks, playgrounds and bike tracks that seem like an extension of the family backyard. Bond University students and professional couples are also well provided-for with restaurants, cafes, health-food stores and Robina Town Centre all centrally located.
Perfectly located, Robina is close to all of the attractions of the Gold Coast, to its beautiful beaches, to the scenic hinterland and to the charming seaside towns of northern New South Wales. Its facilities are unmatched – a major hospital, an internationally-renowned university, and a sports stadium – but the suburb still feels surprisingly open, fresh and serene.
Robina is home to one of the biggest shopping centres in the southern hemisphere. How big, you ask? Well, both the major supermarket chains are there, and one of them is represented twice. A growing community needs a lot of groceries – and tasteful retail options too, of course.
Robina is built around three lakes – Robina Waters, Lake Orr and West Lake – and many homes have water views (Bond University takes up the shoreline of most of Lake Orr). Parklands and playgrounds radiate from these (and smaller) lakes throughout the suburb, while walking tracks, bikeways, open-air work-out equipment and a Greg Norman-designed golf course keep the residents healthy.
Even Robina’s railway station is architecturally designed by a renowned Dutch railway architect, so it’s as smart and well thought-out as the rest of the suburb.
Only 15 minutes from the Gold Coast glitter strip, Robina is a sophisticated retreat for families, students and couples who want every convenience and entertainment option on their doorstep, without hassle and fuss. Need more time for time out? Robina has it made in the shade.