Charm of a bygone era
BOASTING a wraparound veranda and many features from a bygone era, this Queenslander has been updated with contemporary additions.
The charm and character of the 1930s is evident with VJ walls, soaring ceilings, polished timber floors, picture rails and decorative breezeways.
A modern facelift has included the kitchen towards the rear of the floorplan, which features sleek white cabinetry, stainless steel appliances and plenty of storage and bench space.
The open-plan design looks to a living area with access to the veranda and an adjacent powder room.
At the front of the floorplan, the entry flows into an open-plan area boasting formal living and dining areas with ceiling fans and sash windows.
Also overlooking the front of the residence is the main bedroom featuring sash windows and a ceiling fan.
To the left of the main entry are three further bedrooms serviced by a bathroom with twin vanities and a separate bathtub and shower.
The fourth bedroom at the rear of the floorplan is currently used as an office and also has a ceiling fan.
On the ground floor are lots of covered storage spaces and a laundry.
The veranda, with timber balustrades, looks to an inground pool at the side of the residence surrounded by a patio and framed by trees and shrubs.
Set on a 600sq m block, there is an established garden of lawn, trees and shrubs in the front yard.
Nearby are Kalinga, Shaw and Mercer parks with the Shaw Park Tennis Centre within walking distance.