Here we have a most welcome rarity - an elevated Queenslander with rear yard access on an oversized block of 541sqm. This well maintained, family home is available for the first time to market in nearly 40 years. The location will delight you with extra room for all the family. This home has all of the comforts you need, while holding its character, and really feeling like a home you will enjoy coming home to after a hard days work.
Spacious rooms including 8-foot ceilings Original timber VJ walls Additional kitchen and deck to the rear Elevated 541sqm block - 18m x 30.3m Recently painted BSHS Catchment Side access and large underneath storage
The character front deck captures all the summer breezes with an outlook to boot. The side access provides a real opportunity to further enhance your use of the backyard and underneath the house. These opportunities for an original Queenslander don't come along often, add that to an elevated position on the large 541sqm block and this 4101 beauty won't last long.
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