Grab hold of this rare opportunity to own a charming 1930's Queenslander in the heart of Coorparoo with room for the whole family in six bedrooms, multiple break-out areas and living spaces, two outdoor entertaining areas and a sparkling inground pool all on a huge 683 square metres.
Spread over an impressively large two levels, there are 3 good-size bedrooms upstairs in the original house which all have space for large walk-in wardrobes, or potentially to easily convert to an ensuite in the future. The spacious family bathroom features a clawfoot bathtub, newly restored vintage wooden vanity as well as corner shower. With VJ panelling throughout, the features and charm of this home make you fall in love at first sight.
Down the internal stairs is a vast entry area where all the family will be able to find a space for their belongings after returning home and before they leave the house. Branching off this area, there are 3 additional bedrooms which are perfect for the teenagers or as a home office. The giant rumpus room will ensure that your family can grow comfortably in the space, and the second bathroom and separate laundry will ensure that all the extra washing is nicely hidden away until washing day.
The private back deck is perfect for entertaining, with French Doors leading from the kitchen and loungeroom giving effortless flow inside and out for family and guests as you overlook the sparkling pool and landscaped yard. Downstairs is a second outdoor entertaining area and direct access to the secure, double carport with electric gate will comfortably house your family cars, with additional access down the side of the house for the caravan, boat or extra vehicle.
FEATURES AT A GLANCE:
- Six good-sized bedrooms
- Air-conditioning in the main living room and two bedrooms upstairs
- Three bedrooms upstairs have walk-in robes
- Spacious living areas on both levels
- Two full bathrooms, one on each level
- Well-appointed kitchen with wooden benchtops and quality cabinetry
- Original hoop pine flooring throughout the upper level
- Functional and long-lasting tiling downstairs
- Downstairs bedrooms are all carpeted
- Large back deck with louvres for privacy with airflow
- Sparkling inground pool can be accessed from upstairs, downstairs or from the carport
- Gorgeous sandstone features throughout the landscaping
- Security screens throughout the home
- VJ panelling and loads of original features
- Solar Power and 7000L water tank
LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION
Only a few minute's walk to the Martha Street shopping precinct with In a Pickle, Sunday Society, Blackbird Espresso and Picnic Café, you'll almost never need to leave the area for want of a great café, bottle shop and gift store. However, it's a huge bonus that the new Coorparoo Square precinct is only one kilometre away, with all the larger retailers, specialist stores that you could need for your weekly shopping as well as a Dendy Cinema. In the catchment for the sought-after Coorparoo State School and Coorparoo Secondary College and only 7km to the Brisbane CBD.
Features include: Close to Transport, Close to Shops, Pool, Close to Schools
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