Embrace warmth of period features
FROM its attractive facade to its timber floors, this threebedroom post-war house evokes the style of an earlier era with a host of period features on a 964sq m block.
The entry steps rise to the front door, which opens into a foyer leading to a hallway running along the property’s central left-to-right axis.
Just along from the foyer on the left-hand side is the kitchen, featuring an array of appliances including a dishwasher and gas cooktop alongside a walk-in pantry.
On the opposite side of the hallway is the formal dining room, floored in polished timber and featuring decorative ceiling cornicing.
The room flows through to the living room at the front of the house, where double doors open to an outside covered tiled deck appointed with timber balustrades and lattice panels.
A large family room lies down a set of steps adjacent to the kitchen, with the laundry off to the side.
The family room opens out to the patio, which also features an in-built barbecue area.
Continuing along the hallway from the kitchen and dining rooms are the sleeping quarters, with the main bedroom sitting off to one side overlooking the yard and featuring built-in wardrobes.
At the end of the hallway is a large bedroom appointed with many windows, while a third bedroom, the bathroom and a toilet are also in this part of the house.
Underneath the house are two garages – one with space for two cars, the other with room for one – along with a large workshop space.
Mature gardens also complement the house.
The property is close to the large Banks St Reserve, which features walking and cycling pathways, along with bushland and Enoggera Creek.