This lovely Queenslander home built in the 1930s is a unique gem in the real estate market. It is situated on a large, flood-free 810sqm block of land offering a great opportunity to experience the best of indoor and outdoor living. The house combines vintage charm with modern finesse to create a sophisticated and comfortable living space.
The living spaces inside the house flow effortlessly from one to the next, creating a sense of openness and continuity. The living and dining areas open onto a rear covered deck that is perfect for alfresco dining, lounging, and entertaining. The fully equipped kitchen features a 4-burner gas cooktop, under-bench oven, pantry cupboard, and a Miele dishwasher. The bi-fold window in the kitchen opens wide to act as a servery to the deck, bringing the indoors and outdoors together.
Inside, the upper level boasts heritage features such as decorative archways, picture rails, VJ walls, and high 3.2m ceilings. There are two bedrooms, including the master bedroom with a walk-in robe, ensuite, and French doors that open onto the north-facing front verandah, creating an ideal parent retreat.
The internal stairs off the dining room lead downstairs to two of the bedrooms and the media room, making it the perfect teenage retreat. The laundry and a separate toilet are also located downstairs
Externally, the property has beautifully maintained and established gardens and an extensive lawn. This makes it perfect for hosting outdoor family celebrations. Additional highlights of the house include a fireplace, 6-inch pine polished floorboards, and Plantation shutters throughout, double-hung windows, ceiling fans, and a two car carport.
The location of the house is also ideal, being within the Graceville State School and Corinda State High School catchments. The property is within walking distance to rail and bus transport, local and quality schooling, multiple parks, cafes, and restaurants. It also offers easy access to Westfield Indooroopilly and is less than 8km to Brisbane CBD.