Set apart with its sixties charm mixed with modern livability this home might just steal your heart. Recently renovated and located in a fantastic pocket of Bayswater, it is clear as soon as you enter that this property delivers on soul and practicality.
With a lush established garden this home has beautiful street appeal and welcome. Surrounded by frangipani trees the quintessential sixties porch invites you into the home. Once inside you find yourself in the spacious living area complete with a gorgeous corner window which adds a timeless feel and an abundance of light. The living room is striking in its generous dimensions, its contrasting polished boards and white walls. The modern kitchen and living area seamlessly meet and make a wonderful open plan living, dining and kitchen space.
A spacious and fresh kitchen off the living has white gloss cupboard drawers, white stone benchtops and loads of storage. Melting new living with old style family life, there is ample room for a large kitchen table where the kids can do their homework or play games and friends can gather to share a cup of tea.
The bedroom zone is located away from the busy living area, there is a good sized master and second bedroom both overlooking the front of the home. The third bedroom has double french doors which open out onto a decked sitting area and garden space making it a tranquil escape.
The enclosed area at the back of the home lends itself to a variety of uses, its versatility is enhanced by the undercover patio area which is attached to the space. It would work well as a kids indoor/outdoor living and play area or as a quiet and spacious home office or studio.
With the generous, separate double driveway at the front there is plenty of parking and room for cars on the property.
The home is located in a great pocket of Bayswater, near the Inglewood border. It is close to public transport, including Meltham train station and the bus at Beaufort Street for a short ride to the city. Bayswater Town Centre and the Beaufort Street Cafe strip are not far away and the local parks Toowong Reserve and Essex Street Reserve are nearby for walking the dog and meeting the locals. The Galleria Shopping Centre is close by for all your shopping needs. Whilst Chisholm Catholic College is nice and local for the kids.
This home has warmth and function as well a fantastic location close to everything you could possibly want. Be quick to secure your own piece of Bayswater.
Features; Bore Reticulation Split system reverse cycle airconditioning Polished timber boards Modern kitchen Double Driveway
Features include: Air Conditioning, Close to Shops, Close to Schools
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