Water: $200 + usage p.q | Land Size 455m²
Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 1.5 Parking: 1
Exclusively situated in the blue-chip suburb of Paddington, this enchanting Queenslander offers quintessential period features enveloped in space and light. Presenting a blank canvas with an abundance of character this is a rare opportunity to create your new home or simply add to your property portfolio.
From the moment you enter this home your eyes will be drawn to the polished timber floors, ornate fretwork and gorgeous casement windows. The layout of this home is open-planned with the large central kitchen flowing out to the expansive living/dining area. The home offers three well appointed bedrooms with VJ lined walls, polished timber floors and built-ins. The main bathroom is generously proportioned with an additional separate toilet. A beautiful feature of this home is the spacious sunroom which looks out over Paddington’s tree lined streets, a delightful place to relax and soak up the joys of living in such a peaceful neighbourhood.
At the rear of the home is an oversized backyard – a perfect spot for a game of cricket, watching the kids play or a friendly gathering.
Features of this property include:
Polished hardwood timber floors, soaring ceilings, VJ walls, and beautiful fretwork;
Large sunroom with views over Paddington’s tree lined streets;
3 bedrooms all with built-in wardrobes;
A well appointed central bathroom and separate 2nd toilet;
Large kitchen with gas cooking, plenty of potential to renovate;
Ceiling fans throughout;
Large utility space downstairs with separate access; perfect as home office, art studio, extra storage, man cave and countless other possibilities;
One lock up garage plus space for two off-street parking; a rarity in Paddington!
As far as location goes – this home’s central location on a quiet street in Paddington is as good as it gets. Paddington has always been a very desirable residential location. The rolling leafy hills of Paddington, Rosalie, and nearby Red Hill are speckled with quaint cottages turned enticing shop fronts, restaurants spilling out onto the footpaths, traditional tin and timber homes, and renovated Queenslanders. As well as fabulous entertainment, food and shopping opportunities, the suburb is surrounded by fantastic schools (both public and private), parks and playgrounds and the ever popular Ithaca Pool.
400m to the dining precinct of Given Terrace;
400m to Wally Lewis Statue and Suncorp Stadium;
500m to Caxton Street;
850m to Coles, The Barrack;
900m to Milton Train Station;
1.6km to Roma Street Station;
1.3km to Brisbane Boys Grammar;
Within the local catchment area for Petrie Terrace State School and Kelvin Grove State College.
Our instructions are clear, and this property will be SOLD at auction, if not prior.
Contact Fiona Conde on 0447 337 716 or Luke O’Kelly 0408 330 161 to secure your inspection or for further information.