Magnificent five-bedroom character home with modern luxuries
A truly exciting offering, this spectacular property will catch the eye of those that appreciate traditional details and impeccable design. Fusing heritage-style elegance with modern functionality, this dual-level masterpiece is like nothing else you will find.
Undeniably enchanting, the residence was bequeathed in 1945 to be used as a charity home for disabled children. Used until 1985 and relocated to Hipwood Avenue in 2003, Montrose has been impeccably updated to offer a brilliant lifestyle.
Creating a sophisticated setting that families and entertainers alike will love, exquisite details like parquetry timber flooring, VJ walls, leadlight windows, plantation shutters and glittering chandeliers feature throughout the home. There are also 3.7-metre-high ceilings on the upper level, as well as 3.1-metre-high ceilings downstairs. A fresh white colour palette also helps to make the property feel wonderfully fresh and airy.
Making a sensational first impression, a manicured garden, a wrap-around verandah, and a grand façade greet you. Stepping inside, you will find a welcoming entry and an incredibly generous open-plan living and dining area that provides vast amounts of space for spending time with loved ones. Presented with a romantic fireplace, this immaculate combined area adjoins an enviable gourmet kitchen displaying a breakfast bar, a butlers pantry, quality appliances and plenty of custom Farmers solid timber cupboard storage.
There is also a dedicated study, plus a stylish powder room and family sized laundry. Ideal for guests or older generations, an ensuited fifth bedroom encompassing both ensuite and walk-in robe finishes the ground level.
Set at the residences rear, a sizeable storage area links to a secure dual garage boasting Epoxy flooring. Previously used as a home office, this functional space is air-conditioned and can also serve as a studio or workshop.
Upstairs, a second living area with a gas fireplace opens out to a covered balcony capturing attractive street views. Utterly lavish, a spacious parents retreat is steps away. Linked to the balcony, this opulent master bedroom includes a walk-in robe and a marble ensuite with dual vanities, a large shower, and a separate toilet.
A well-appointed main bathroom showcasing a separate shower and freestanding bath services three additional bedrooms; two include built-in robes, while the third has its own dressing room.
Crafted with extraordinary attention-to-detail, the home also includes ducted air-conditioning, ceiling fans, fire sprinklers, an abundance of storage and seven rainwater tanks with a capacity of 225 litres.
Set amongst established properties in a sought-after suburb, this phenomenal residence is just six kilometres from Brisbanes CBD. Express City Bus, Stones Corner Village, Coorparoo Square, Whites Hill Reserve, and the fashionable Martha Street Café Precinct are also nearby.
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