Dual living on offer
DATING back to the 1920s, this classic Queenslander has an array of rich character references including wide timber floorboards, VJ walls, high ceilings and ornate breezeways.
Spanning two levels, there is also an opportunity for dual living, with both floors boasting lounge, dining and kitchen areas.
Beyond a traditional facade, with a front veranda and white balustrades, the central living hub sits on the upper floor of the house.
A formal lounge room in the centre of the level features timber flooring, walls and ceiling, while decorative fretwork provides separation to the adjacent dining area. Each living space boasts french doors to a front or rear deck, as well as pendant lighting and plenty of natural light.
The nearby kitchen has a separate entry point to the deck, while timber floors in honey tones are complemented by VJ walls in fresh neutral colours.
Five bedrooms are on the upper level, serviced by a family bathroom. Looking to the front garden is the main bedroom, which offers timber floors and walls, an elegant bay window and a walk-in wardrobe and dressing area.
On the lower level of the house is an open-plan living and dining area with tiled flooring and easy access to a kitchen and a bathroom.
A nearby bedroom contains a built-in wardrobe.
Outside, the expansive rear timber deck flows to a grassed lawn area. There is also parking space for four cars, large attic storage and airconditioning.
This elegant property, set on an 810sq m block, is also about 4km from the CBD.