Tradition combines with style
THIS double-gabled Queenslander dates back to the 1930s and combines traditional features with contemporary additions.
Original character and charm includes decorative high ceilings, polished timber flooring, picture railings and ceiling roses.
The southeast-facing front of the residence has a covered veranda with timber balustrades and latticework doors.
Timber and glass bifold doors lead into an open-plan space featuring living and dining rooms, which stretches the length of the residence, with timber and glass bifold doors opening to a covered patio at the rear of the property.
The open-plan design features picture rails, a decorative ceiling, polished timber flooring and ceiling fans.
There is also access from the veranda to the main bedroom, featuring a bay window looking to the front of the residence. Other features include a window seat, ceiling fan, polished timber flooring, ceiling rose and decorative ceiling.
An adjacent bedroom has a built-in wardrobe and also has views to the front of the residence.
Leading from the open-plan design is a bedroom, and the sleeping accommodation is serviced by a bathroom boasting floor-to-ceiling tiles and a separate bathtub and shower.
Looking to the rear of the residence is a kitchen with a ceiling rose, polished timber flooring and plenty of cupboard and bench space.
The space flows to a laundry with outside access to the patio, framed by an established garden of trees and shrubs.
Other features of the residence, set on a 458sq m block, include a two-car garage and neutral interior colour scheme.
The elevated residence, 5km from Brisbane CBD, enjoys picturesque views over Ascot.
Oriel Park is nearby.