Sold Properties in Gracemere, QLD 4702

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29 Dunnett Street,Gracemere QLD

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Sold for $245,000

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5 Davison Street,Gracemere QLD

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Sold for $245,000

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60 James Street,Gracemere QLD

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Sold for $345,000

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6/54 Lillypilly Avenue,Gracemere QLD

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Sold for $195,000

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55 Burke And Wills Drive,Gracemere QLD

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Sold for $267,000

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10 Fenwick Street,Gracemere QLD

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Sold for $250,000

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8 Violet Drive,Gracemere QLD

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Sold for $260,000

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9 Brady Place,Gracemere QLD

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Sold for $380,000

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