Capturing sweeping outlooks, this c1950s Queenslander offers an exciting opportunity to buy into one of Brisbane's most enviable suburbs. Perched on an elevated 453sqm block in a quiet leafy street and within easy stroll of parks, schools and cafés.
- North facing front deck with cool breezes and district views - Open plan lounge/dining enhanced by polished floorboards - Three bedrooms, master with built-in robe and ceiling fan - Central bathroom, separate w/c, air conditioning throughout - Multi-purpose backyard shed ideal for alfresco entertaining - Underhouse area reveals storage, laundry and lock-up garage - Great scope for renovators or investors to add further value - Opportunity to demolish and build your dream home (STCA) - Land size 453sqm, frontage 11.2m and depth 40.4m - Surrounded by bus, train and CityCat ferry options
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