306 Stanley Terrace is a rare offering in the inner western suburbs of Brisbane. This charming three-level home with a separate studio is the perfect haven for a large family. Centred on a huge 1,463 m2 block this prestigious property also offers extensive entertainment and recreation facilities. The owners are committed to selling and we expect high demand, so be quick to inspect this weekend or contact George or Max Hadgelias for further information.
Features include: * Spacious open home filled with natural light and attracting cool breezes * Five generous bedrooms plus multiple internal living areas; * Studio with separate access ideal for home office or guest retreat; * Seamless indoor/outdoor entertainment areas including a full-size north-south tennis court, swimming pool and pavilion.
Its character façade, polished timber floors and high ceilings throughout instantly denote quality. There is versatility: the immaculate front formal living area complete with fireplace is complemented beautifully by the home's large light-filled informal open living and dining areas plus stunning kitchen that overlooks tennis court and expansive leafy district views. The gourmet kitchen boasts generous stone benchtops and high-end Gaggenau appliances plus clever storage solutions.
The bedrooms are divided into two convenient configurations each with their own adjacent and well-equipped bathrooms. There are three bedrooms upstairs, including the main bedroom with its own en-suite and walk-in wardrobe, and two on the ground level, tucked away and ideal for guests or as study/work rooms. All rooms are air-conditioned - ducted throughout on the lower floor and individually controlled for those on the upper level. In addition, there is a large attic and the property offers further flexibility with a large downstairs self-contained studio with separate access, perfect for home business, older children, guests or even tenants.
This home is a true entertainer's delight: the home's internal open living space extends through bi-fold glass doors onto an expansive entertaining area with water feature, in-built barbecue plus bar (fridge). There is a beautifully presented swimming pool plus an immaculately maintained full-sized north-south facing tennis court complete with flood lights and tennis pavilion. Its landscaped tropical gardens and a veggie patch offer a softened sense of calm and self- sufficiency.
The property is set in an enviable and convenient location only 7 kms from Brisbane CBD in the city's sought after inner Western suburbs. The area boasts a lively and growing restaurant and café scene plus extensive and varied shopping. Bushland walks are close by as is access to the nearby bikeway. Families will also appreciate being within the Indooroopilly State School and Indooroopilly State High School catchment area, as well as handy to the Queensland Academy for Science Mathematics and Technology. Prestigious private schools such as Brisbane Boys' College and Stuartholme School are just a short drive.
Our instructions are clear, this property is to be SOLD. A home of this calibre and size is a rare offering to the inner-city market and is sure to be immensely popular. Inspect this weekend.
Features include: Air Conditioning,Built-In Wardrobes,Close to Schools,Close to Shops,Close to Transport,Fireplace(s),Garden,Secure Parking,Polished Timber Floor,Formal Lounge,Pool,Terrace-Balcony,North-South Full-Size Tennis Court
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