First National Metro

Agency Details

Phone

07 3840 5900

Address

115 Boundary Street
South Brisbane QLD, 4101 AU

First National Metro’s Latest Property

First National Metro in Australia

Apartment for rent by First National Metro in WoolloongabbaApartment for rent by First National Metro in Woolloongabba
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3/5 Albert Street,Woolloongabba QLD

Apartment For Rent

$270 per week

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26 Gladstone Road,Highgate Hill QLD

House For Sale

Offers to Purchase Close 15th July

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9/80 Mcintyre Street,Hendra QLD

House For Sale

Auction On Site 10 am 29th June 2019

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2/60 Vulture Street,West End QLD

Apartment For Rent

$375

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1/22 Ashby Street,Fairfield QLD

Apartment For Sale

$379,000

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6/20 Edmondstone Street,South Brisbane QLD

Apartment For Rent

$300 per week

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