Charming Triple Gable Queenslander in the heart of Ashgrove
Welcome to 68 Kinnaird St, Ashgrove, an original Queenslander, surrounded by quality homes on a lovely wide street, welcoming a new buyer to take over the next chapter in its life. Located in an elevated position, surrounded by a leafy outlook, on the higher side of the street, all within only 5 kms to the CBD. Walking distance to Public Transport and local shopping precincts, the original blank canvas with a whopping 14 meter frontage offers;
– VJ walls, hardwood timber flooring (concealed underneath carpet in the main room and the main bedroom),
– High ceilings and picture rails
– Functional kitchen with timber cabinetry, gas cooktop, wall oven and dishwasher
– Bay windows and original breezeways.
– Stunning decorative cornice.
– Back closed in veranda.
– Updated bathroom with shower/ bath combo.
– Near new roof
– Three split system air conditioners
– Neat 523m2 parcel of land
– Neat and tidy gardens
Located within Oakleigh State School and Kelvin Grove State catchments, this family friendly neighbourhood ticks all the boxes whilst ideally positioned to a good selection private schools including Marist College and Mount St Michaels. Within walking distance to a selection of quality shops, cafes and parks. The area is well serviced by buses for easy access to suburban locations and the CBD with the heart of the City. Ashgrove is known for quality homes and a locale full of character – a great opportunity on offer to enter this highly sought after neighbourhood.
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