Post-War Home Offering Endless Potential and Water Views
Enjoying an elevated position harnessing bay views and island glimpses this post-war home boasts traditional character fused with modern updates.
Nestled in a whisper quiet street and capturing exceptional breezes, there is endless potential to live in, raise, knockdown or rebuild* and acquire the ultimate bayside lifestyle.
Entering inside via the first of two timber decks, the home opens into a light-filled lounge showcasing traditional timber flooring, high ceilings, casement windows and timber joinery. Leading into the dining area delighting in glimpses across the water, this open living space adjoins the brand new kitchen adorned with rows of cabinetry and Milano appliances.
Moving out via French doors to the elevated rear deck, this alfresco retreat is destined for entertaining with its sensational breezes, bay and island vistas, and beautiful sunrise views.
For those looking to enjoy even more of the bay, plans have been drawn for a brand new elevated home harnessing exceptional panoramas across the water. With the potential to maintain the current house or redevelop*, your options are truly endless.
Additional features: - Two bedrooms with timber flooring and built-in robes - Centrally positioned upstairs bathroom - Lock-up garage with built-in workshop - Ground floor laundry and multipurpose room - Clever storage solutions including two ground floor storage rooms - Plans drawn for a brand new high-set two-storey home
Boasting a sought-after setting in Brisbane's beautiful bayside, this home is only 350m to the waterfront and 550m to Wynnum Creek boat ramp. A short walk to the train station, dog park, footy club and shops, residents are also close to a great selection of cafes and restaurants. Moments from Wynnum Golf Club, Wynnum State School, and elite private schools, this extraordinary lifestyle is not to be missed.
*Subject to council approval
Features include: Area Views, Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Close to Shops, Close to Schools, Water Views, Ocean Views, Floorboards, Secure Parking, Study
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