Character and charm to boot
A CLASSIC design and traditional period features are the defining characteristics of this original Queenslander.
Built in 1925, and set on 664sq m across two lots, this elevated three-bedroom residence enjoys 33m of frontage and a northern aspect.
Throughout the design are polished timber floors, VJ walls and high ceilings, while bay windows and stained glass embellishments further enhance the appeal.
The classic facade is complete with fencing and established hedges for privacy, while an external staircase ascends to the entry.
To the right, the main bedroom includes an ornate bay window and a walk-in wardrobe. A sunroom to the left also boasts a bay window with stained glass detailing.
Two more bedrooms are nearby, with the entire sleeping accommodation serviced by a central bathroom.
An open-plan formal lounge and dining area is a stylish highlight, featuring french doors, decorative timber archways and ornate ceiling work.
There are also polished timber floorboards and stainedglass embellished windows.
The adjacent original kitchen includes cabinetry and built-in storage, while a study completes the layout.
Beneath the house, which is at the legal height, there is plenty of storage space.
Additional features of the property include a three-car garage, landscaped gardens and an alarm system.
It is also close to public transport options, including the bus, ferry and CityCat, as well as hospitals, schools and parkland.