Magnificently positioned with a north easterly aspect at the top of one of Brisbane’s most tightly held inner city ridges, and enjoying a double allotment landholding of 1,022sqm, this newly transformed residence is an impressive market offering.
Sweeping unobstructed 180 degree city views span the 20m property frontage. A complete renovation of the character filled 1912 Queenslander has created a property of distinction finished with modern luxurious detail, whilst showcasing original beauty such as 3.3m high ceiling fretwork, leadlight catchment windows, and rich hardwood polished floorboards.
The flowing interior design of generous living spaces over two levels of living gracefully delivers private areas for all family members, as well as offering beautiful space for intimate family and friends gathering or large-scale entertaining. The stunning new white kitchen is installed with a central smart stone island benchtop with a breakfast bar; extra-wide soft touch custom joinery; oversized windows fill the kitchen with light and welcome natural breezes; opens to a sun-filled garden courtyard; and flows to open plan dining, living and formal dining areas.
Additional features include a large master suite with custom walk-in-robe, two additional large bedrooms on the upper level and another two large bedrooms on the lower level share a new bathroom and a huge media room creating ideal separation of spaces for teenagers or guests. Three new designer bathrooms with marble top finishes, bay windows and French doors, three undercover car garaging and a rear garden courtyard offers sublime tree framed city views and room for a pool and grassed space for children and pets.
This timeless property offers a significant lifestyle and investment opportunity with inner-city location, convenience and space. Privately located in a quiet street less than three km to the CBD, central to Rosalie café precinct and multiple schooling options including being located in the Milton State School catchment and only 15 minutes to the airport via the direct access into the inner-city by-pass.
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