Unassuming from the street, this 1930s beauty was built to last and boasts many original features including coffered ceiling in the formal lounge room, decorative cornices and ceiling roses in the bedrooms, recently polished original hardwood floors, and a light-filled sunroom come office at the front of the house.

The old elegantly connects to the new through a stunning glass corridor with gardens on both sides, which takes you into an open plan space with a designer kitchen, dining room and main living room on the ground floor. Off the kitchen is a butler’s pantry with additional sink and ample storage, which is consistent throughout the home with custom joinery – incorporating style, function and storage – in every room.

Heading up to the first floor, beautifully made custom doors in an environmentally friendly timber-look veneer welcomes you into the master suite, where a matching built-in, king size bed head with floating bedside tables add to the list of high quality joinery seen throughout.

Take in views of the city, Newstead and Fortitude Valley from the upper floor deck that also overlooks the inviting heated pool and patio area – just one of three outdoor entertaining areas. Lush yet low maintenance gardens provide privacy and greenery creating a true oasis literally a stone’s throw to some of Brisbane’s best amenities. Parking is never an issue even in this inner-city suburb as at street level is a secure, remote controlled double garage, plus an additional off-street car space beside it.

Surrounded by parks, the Brisbane River, an ever-growing variety of cafes and restaurants, markets and amenities like Gasworks, Bowen Hill’s King Street and James Street – everything you need is on your doorstep. Bowen Hills is also well connected to major transport infrastructure, with the Bowen Hills Train Station close by, and access to major roads and highways plus bus facilities are within minutes of this ideally located home.

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