Sold Properties in Hawthorne, QLD 4171

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40 Oak Street,Hawthorne QLD

House Sold

Sold for $930,000

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3/49 Forbes Street,Hawthorne QLD

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Sold for $455,000

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1/76 Miles Street,Hawthorne QLD

Townhouse Sold

Sold for $668,000

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10 Lindsay Street,Hawthorne QLD

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Sold for $1,164,000

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16 Harris Street,Hawthorne QLD

House Sold

Sold for $1,150,000

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1/22 Park Street,Hawthorne QLD

Townhouse Sold

Sold for $644,000

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53 Harris Street,Hawthorne QLD

House Sold

Sold for $1,365,000

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