Live, dine, en­ter­tain in style


LO­CATED about 10 min­utes from Bris­bane, this Queens­lan­der is sur­rounded by lush green­ery and land­scap­ing.

Clas­sic char­ac­ter fea­tures are prom­i­nent through­out the two-level house and in­clude VJ walls, french doors, fret­work and soar­ing ceil­ings.

The floor­plan of­fers nu­mer­ous op­tions for liv­ing, din­ing and en­ter­tain­ment, while fur­ther high­lights in­clude a vast wrap­around veranda with park­land views.

Cen­tral liv­ing ex­tends across the up­per level of the house, with a sec­ond liv­ing area and bed­room on the lower floor.

An en­closed front veranda with lat­tice­work in­vites en­try into the up­per level.

Oc­cu­py­ing a cen­tral space with rich pol­ished tim­ber floors, or­nate ceil­ings and fresh neu­tral colours is the liv­ing room.

Tim­ber and glass bi­fold doors ex­tend the space by open­ing to the wrap­around veranda, which of­fers panoramic views of tree canopies and the sur­round­ing sub­urbs.

Dec­o­ra­tive fret­work of­fers a sep­a­ra­tion from the liv­ing room to an ad­ja­cent din­ing area, with a gallery of char­ac­ter win­dows and di­rect kitchen ac­cess.

With a tra­di­tional de­sign and an en­try point to the veranda, the kitchen also in­cludes ex­ten­sive tim­ber cab­i­netry and a meals area. Large win­dows pro­vide leafy views and a light­filled en­vi­ron­ment.

Also on the up­per level are two bed­rooms, in­clud­ing the main bed­room.

Fea­tures of both bed­rooms in­clude built-in wardrobes, tim­ber floors and french doors open­ing to the front veranda.

Com­plet­ing the level is a cen­tral bath­room with el­e­gant tra­di­tional cab­i­netry and tap­ware, and a pe­riod-style bath­tub.

The lower level of the house of­fers a large car­peted rum­pus room with di­rect ac­cess to the gar­dens, and a bed­room with a walk-in wardrobe.

There is also a pow­der room and the laun­dry, as well as abun­dant stor­age space.

The 759sq mblock also of­fers a shed and wa­ter tank amid the ma­ture gar­dens.

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