Whether you're a mid-century enthusiast or simply looking for a quality home with a real sense of character, space and style, then this property will make your heart skip a beat - they don't make them like this anymore! In addition to the home itself, the super-convenient location is simply unbeatable and will be appreciated by every member of the family. Without doubt, this exciting property is well worth your immediate consideration, so be sure to inspect at your earliest opportunity.
The modernistic design simplicity of the era will have enormous appeal for a range of buyers. These may include 1960/70's fans of course, but first home buyers, restoration-renovators, investors, down-sizers, families, site-seekers and those who want a home on one-easy-level will find plenty to be excited by too. The rooms are generous and filled with light, the design is practical with loads of storage, and the grounds include a private, rear garden with undercover entertaining area that overlooks a salt-water swimming pool. Importantly, there is a choice of car accommodation with plenty of secure storage/workshop space.
Classic features and appointments include well-considered use of the site and position of the home on the block, the patio-entry with detailed brick feature wall, polished timber floors, wide hall-way, full height windows, access to fresh-air, various 1960/70's window treatments, full height wardrobes, sliding glass-doors, window pelmets with discrete pelmet-lighting, retro bathroom finishes (in tip-top order) and ducted air-conditioning.
Situated on the corner of Norm and Blacon Streets, the home is positioned perfectly on 696m2 of elevated land to capture leafy views across Kenmore and Chapel Hill to Brisbane's CBD on the skyline beyond. Kenmore's major shopping centres, schools, child-care centres, restaurant precincts and bus stops are all within easy walking distance of the property. The kids will love the ability to walk to school, catch the bus to Indro and Uni, and you'll enjoy dining at Wongabel Street or Kenmore Tavern without having to worry about the drive home!
Well located properties with highly-prized, 1960's credentials don't come to market often, so call Jenny Scott on 0426 884 515 without delay to learn more about the property, viewing opportunities and the auction process. The owners will be considering early offers!
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Features include: Air Conditioning,Built-In Wardrobes,Close to Schools,Close to Shops,Close to Transport,Garden,Secure Parking,Polished Timber Floor,Formal Lounge,Pool,Terrace-Balcony
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