A Taste of Yesteryear
- 3 Beds
- 1 Bath
- 2 Cars
Be captivated by this beautiful property
This beautiful home is brimming with charm and character, and will enchant all who enter.
The traditional Queenslander, built in 1905, has retained it's stunning facade and style, while being stocked with all the mod cons a family needs.
Extensive decking surrounds the home, ensuring no matter what the time of day outdoor living is appealing.
Large lawns also surround the home, which has recently had new fencing put in too.
Inside, polished timber floors throughout and coloured walls in pastel shades give it a comfortable, welcoming ambience, while open archways, coloured skirting boards and ornate cornices add a touch of elegance.
The kitchen is just beautiful: a modern space which retains a traditional charm, it has timber units, granite bench tops and a well sized island unit.
Another focal point is the bathroom, which has a claw foot bath and and timber sink unit.
Spacious family and formal dining areas span the rest of the house, along with three generously sized bedrooms.
A slow combustion heater sits in the lounge.
French doors opening out to the rear verandah complete this very appealing package.
Priced to sell, this is one home which has it all: make an appointment to see it today.
Timber and granite kitchen
Family room and formal lounge and dining rooms
French doors and large rear deck
Front and side verandahs
Solid hardwood sub floor and concrete stumps
Polished floors throughout
A lot of new fencing
Fantastic tenant paying $350pw
Parking for 2 cars under
Walk to Shops
The sustainability declaration for this property can be obtained by contacting the agent or at the Ray White Browns Plains office.
- Double Carport
704m² / 0.17 acres
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