Time­less with plenty of po­ten­tial


THIS tra­di­tional Queens­lan­der on a 612sq m block re­tains a host of its orig­i­nal fea­tures and is full of po­ten­tial and op­por­tu­nity for restora­tion or ren­o­va­tion.

A short dis­tance from the Kelvin Grove cam­pus of the Queens­land Univer­sity of Tech­nol­ogy, the house fea­tures three bed­rooms, a sun­room, and an un­der-house stor­age space.

VJ walls, lead­light case­ment win­dows and high ceil­ings ap­point the prop­erty, ac­cessed by stairs from the front yard lead­ing to an en­trance hall­way.

The hall­way ex­tends down to­wards an en­trance foyer, which flows through to a spa­cious cen­tral lounge and liv­ing room with an ovoid pedestal arch sep­a­rat­ing the liv­ing area from the lounge.

The large, orig­i­nal-style kitchen fea­tures a stand-alone stove and also in­cor­po­rates a din­ing space.

From the lounge, there is ac­cess to the main bed­room at the front of the home, fea­tur­ing bay case­ment lead­light win­dows at one end.

Ad­ja­cent to the main bed­room is a sec­ond bed­room, while on the far side of the lounge is a large sun­room.

The third bed­room or study, the bath­room and a sep­a­rate toi­let can all be reached from the liv­ing room.

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