New take on tradition
A MODERN take on traditional design allows this stylish Queenslander to take advantage of its 810sq m site to bask in warm northeast vistas that showcase its array of flowing living areas.
Additional standouts include a pool, polished hardwood flooring, 310sq m of indoor floorspace and an address within 10km of Brisbane’s CBD.
Set behind masonry and timber fences, classic archway balustrades are visible from a porch entry where there is a sitting area overlooking its front lawns and gardens.
Once inside, polished hardwood flooring makes an immediate impression, while neutral colours combine with downlights, creating a warm and roomy feel.
The designer kitchen is the house’s hub, opening to expansive living areas and featuring a butler’s pantry, stone benchtops, white cabinetry and quality stainless-steel appliances.
It looks to adjoining dining and lounge areas where glass sliding doors open to the property’s rear outdoor spaces, where both covered and uncovered environments can be found set around a pool.
Glass fencing allows for uninterrupted viewing of this area, while masonry retaining walls and high timber fencing ensure privacy is maintained.
Back at the entry area are a bedroom with ensuite and a garage, while an internal stairwell at the property’s central living zone links to upper-level rumpus and sitting rooms.
Here, the warm and bright styling themes from the ground level are maintained, and they complement an adjoining modern bathroom and a northeast-facing veranda.
The main bedroom has a large walk-in wardrobe, along with a double vanity and double-shower ensuite.
At the rear of this level are three bedrooms with built-in wardrobes, while a security system and airconditioning are additional features.
The house is close to Kedron Brook parklands, walking tracks and bike paths.