EX­TEN­SION OPENS UP IN­TER-WAR CHARMER

The Courier-Mail - Property - - REALESTATE MARKET PLACE - STEPHEN NADIN

DAT­ING back to the in­ter-war pe­riod, this res­i­dence com­bines orig­i­nal fea­tures with an ex­ten­sion and ren­o­va­tion.

Set on a 435sq m block, the floor­plan is across one level, with tra­di­tional char­ac­ter­is­tics in­clud­ing or­nate ceil­ings, pic­ture rails and VJ walls.

Ad­ja­cent to the main en­try is the main bed­room with a bay win­dow and win­dow seat look­ing to the front of the res­i­dence. It also boasts a builtin wardrobe, ceil­ing fan and en­suite with shower.

The en­try foyer flows into an open-plan de­sign, with a lounge room lead­ing into a din­ing area.

Ad­ja­cent is a bed­room with french doors open­ing to the third bed­room and nearby is a bath­room with a com­bined bath­tub and shower.

At the rear of the de­sign is a large kitchen with an is­land bench with break­fast bar and stain­less-steel ap­pli­ances, in­clud­ing a gas cook­top. A laun­dry is tucked in a cor­ner.

Bi­fold doors open to a pa­tio with views to the back­yard and an es­tab­lished gar­den.

Other fea­tures of the home, 10km from Bris­bane’s CBD, in­clude pol­ished tim­ber and pol­ished con­crete floor­ing, air­con­di­tion­ing, a neu­tral in­te­rior colour scheme, two-car garage and gar­den shed.

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