An affordable entry into premium city-edge living, this beautiful post-war home presents substantial lifestyle and investment appeal. At just six kilometres from the CBD, this cosy and welcoming home is both a tranquil retreat and a convenient city fringe base for the busy professional couple.
The home retains its original configuration with three bedrooms; one bathroom, a generous eat in kitchen zone and large rear deck.
Wonderful features include: • Huge 647sqm of land • Highset hardwood timber home. • 3 Bedrooms • 1 Bathroom • Big eat in kitchen • Separate lounge • Large rear deck • Hardwood floors under carpet • Large fenced backyard
This property has enormous potential for future expansion upwards and outwards at rear of the property. The home is set towards the front of the block, leaving space behind. Potentially you could double the existing living and bedroom areas.
The LOCATION Only six kilometres from the Brisbane CBD, Mount Gravatt East enjoys the envy of many Brisbane suburbs with its convenience the CBD and ease of access to public transport. Mount Gravatt East is going through an urban renewal transformation with the area offering many lifestyle choices. Mount Gravatt East is an older, well-established area. The property is within easy walking distance to shopping and restaurants, and a short stroll to the bus transport. Make this wonderful property yours today. The ideal first home or investment. To arrange an inspection, please contact Justin Yip on 0401 506 427
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