Picture perfect and bearing many of the cherished attributes and original Queenslander features that are adored within Brisbane’s inner suburbs, this home sits edged into the gentle hillside of its high-side street location, on a large 539m2 allotment.
Beautifully liveable, functional and comfortable as is for couples and families, opportunities exist for further development to add either a contemporary extension to the existing home or to raise and build in underneath in the years to come, with fully approved DA plans already in place.
Situated only 3km from the CBD, Auchenflower’s level of convenience and utmost accessibility will always be regarded as an area that possesses excellent future growth potential. Investors and those desiring an entry to the inner-city market will find that this lovely property has a lot to offer.
Delightful, character filled interiors and a choice of outdoor dining, relaxing and entertaining spaces can be enjoyed across one easy-living level. Evidently well maintained, the period elements contained this single gabled design have been retained; their classic appeal remaining timeless as the years have passed.
A traditional colonial staircase with mid-flight landing ascends to secure batwing lattice doors which frame the opening to the wide verandah wrapping around two sides of the home. Refreshed hardwood decking timbers, a corrugated roofline above and an elevation that affords green leafy views over the surrounding district, provides a restful spot to sit and unwind.
With polished pine floors and exquisite, high ornate pressed metal ceilings and cornices visible as you enter the front door to the residence, the central hallway branches off to the left and right to reveal two of the three bedrooms, their corner positions allowing plenty of natural light and fresh air to filter through.
The air-conditioned queen-sized master is spacious; full-width built-in robes providing plenty of storage, while bedroom two is double sized. Both rooms open directly to the verandah via French doors. The third bedroom is additionally air-conditioned and sits at the rear of the home, overlooking the garden.
Decorative breezeways rest above doorways as the hallway leads its way through the inviting formal living room and into the dining and kitchen spaces of the home that benefit from air-conditioned comfort as well. Creating the look of a chapel-like canopy above, the pitched VJ lined ceilings that dominate this area flow to an outdoor terrace through large bi-fold doors.
Private from neighbouring properties and so very quiet, this lovely north-east facing area suits any time-of-day alfresco dining, lazy weekend lounging and entertaining. The kitchen is light-filled and well equipped, with a stainless-steel gas range and Ilve rangehood, Bosch dishwasher and dual pantry cupboards.
The family sized bathroom with separate bath is situated centrally to the accommodation and living areas. The vintage era styled bathroom fittings blend perfectly with the styling of the rest of the home and there is convenient bathroom cabinet and linen storage.
Situated under the home is the laundry area, sitting securely within a lockable storage enclosure. With steps providing side access to the fully fenced back yard with its tiered levels of lawns and shrubs, landscaped rockery walls and easy-care plantings, garden maintenance will be minimal. There is parking for one car in the separate single garage.
Located central to a choice of great local cafés and dining establishments, the vibrant shopping hubs of Toowong, Milton and Bardon, this Auchenflower home presents a high level of amenity in a quiet suburban setting. In the school catchment area for Toowong State School and Indooroopilly State High School, and near to a choice of well-regarded private schools, families of school-aged children will be well catered for.