Located high on the hill with city views, this cavity brick Art Deco home is sure to impress. The home is perfectly maintained with beautiful classic features blended with a modern kitchen and bathroom. The kitchen is ideally positioned, flowing to two generous living areas and overlooking the outdoor living area and pool. Beautiful leadlight swing doors separate the dining room and main living room which includes an original fireplace. Other Art Deco features such as original light fittings, intricate cornices and picture rails, ceiling roses, and bay windows create this beautiful homes classic style. The inviting pool has also been created to suite the style and is privately positioned close to the outdoor living area. There is plenty of storage space under the home and this space could also be used as a study or teenage retreat. A large 2 bay shed, which is located at the rear of the home, is accessible via side access through the carport.
The position is ideal, close to Nundah Village with its cafés, restaurants and shops, an array of good public and private schools, major shopping centres at Toombul and Chermside, with easy access to the CBD via the tunnel. This lovely home is sure to impress.
Features include: Solar power Air-conditioning and ceiling fans Polished hardwood floors High ceilings City views from the front of the home Rates: $610.74 per quarter
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