EXTENSION OPENS UP INTER-WAR CHARMER
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.