Restoration combines eras
IN ONE of Brisbane’s most exclusive suburbs, this elevated property blends charm and style, combining period features from the early 1900s with modern restoration works.
Timber floors, a cottagestyle kitchen, bay windows and high ornate ceilings all stand out, while its proximity to Eagle Farm Racecourse and the Racecourse Rd precinct adds additional appeal.
It has a portico entry and a welcoming foyer. A lounge room with attached sunroom is nearby, and era features such as ornate ceilings and leadlight doors/windows make an impression.
The interiors are a mix of masonry and VJ walls, and these are finished in neutral tones. Polished timber floors lead to a dining room, where a bay window with bench seating enjoys yard outlooks.
A kitchen with breakfast bar, stainless-steel appliances, tiled splashback and timber cabinetry adjoins this space.
One of four bedrooms is also nearby and so are rear external stairs.
There is a shaded patio by the pool, surrounded by garden and palm settings, while one of the property’s larger bedrooms overlooks this green space.
A renovated bathroom is near the central kitchen and living areas, where another bedroom also adjoins. The main bedroom is at the front of the property.
Ample storage, expansive lawns and a downstairs laundry are additional features of this property, while a fenced 764sq m land parcel ensures yard space.