Evoke real sense of warmth
SPREAD across two levels in Brisbane’s inner northwest, this six-bedroom house evokes images of a Queenslander on its 1260sq m block.
Brick features prominently on the upper level’s exterior.
The front door opens from a porch into a hallway, leading past stairs to the polished timber-floored open-plan lounge and sunroom with timber-framed casement windows. The large kitchen and dining room are off to the side.
Polished timber floors, New Guinea Rosewood cabinetry and granite benchtops appoint the spacious, light-filled kitchen. A wide, five-burner gas cooktop features among the installed appliances.
The dining room adjoins the kitchen and opens out to a wraparound timber-decked veranda via sliding doors, affording views of the surrounding area from a northeasterly aspect.
At the entrance hallway’s junction with the lounge, it branches off to the sleeping wing of the level, running past a bathroom with shower and a walk-in linen storage room to three bedrooms, all with builtin wardrobes.
The internal stairs, appointed by a leadlight window, descend from the upper level to a carpeted family room on the lower level, providing a hub for the floor.
To the left is access to the two-vehicle carport and a bedroom with built-in wardrobes, while to the right is the main bedroom, an additional bedroom, the laundry, a powder room and a bathroom with shower and bath.
The backyard includes a toolshed, while the property also features a large in-ground pool, ducted and split-cycle airconditioning, and a 5000L water tank.
It enjoys proximity to the Ashgrove Scenic Reserve, as well as the Enoggera Creek Bikeway.