CHARACTER CHARM AND PARKSIDE LIVING IN INNER-CITY PRECINCT
Nestled atop a 405sqm block backing onto scenic parkland, this charming Queenslander presents character living in an inner-city precinct.
Filled with an array of traditional details, stylish updates and modern convenience, this beautiful home offers the best of both worlds.
Just a short walk to local cafes, restaurants and bus stops residents are less than 5 minutes to train stations, The Gabba and Villanova College. Under 10 minutes to St Laurences, Somerville House, Mater Hospital, South Bank and the CBD, this central position has it all.
* Picturesque facade with a wide verandah and traditional picket fence * Original timber flooring, VJ walls, high ceilings and breezeways * Period sash windows and French doors to draw in light and breezes * Open plan lounge and dining area with split-system air-conditioning * Modern kitchen with Bosch stainless steel appliances, stone bench tops and servery window * Rear entertainers deck perfect for family parties, dinners and BBQs * Expansive and fully-fenced backyard backing onto scenic parkland * 2 generous-sized bedrooms featuring ceiling fans, timber floors and built-in robes * Modern bathroom with European fixtures and fittings featuring freestanding bathtub and rainwater shower * Integrated laundry with considerable storage to ensure all amenities can be completed on the same floor level * Extensive under house storage area
Features include: Dishwasher, Built-in Robes, Floorboards, Air-Conditioner, Deck, Outdoor Entertainment
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