Hugging the shoreline of Brisbane Water, this brick and tile beauty basks in north sunshine and to-die-for views across the waterfront. With such a spectacular backdrop, the home is quite a match for its surrounds; relaxed coastal style is combined with superb versatility and a free-flowing floorplan across two levels, extending to sun soaked balconies and lush lawns to the boat-studded waterfront. It's also perfect for guests and visiting family with an open plan layout, dual living zones and loads of waterfront activities for the kids.
Dual level design; fluid and open, delivers two distinct living zones Spectacular water views from nearly every vantage point in the home Prime waterfront setting; 672sqm parcel + level lawns to shoreline Ready to move straight in, yet offers scope to further enhance Timber-accented kitchen with tile benchtops and oversized pantries Five double bedrooms with built-ins; several open directly to deck Carport + single garage with attached space for home office/workshop Five minute stroll to Tascott Train Station; moments to amenities
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Block Size:672 m²*
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