Picture Perfect Home in a secluded spot in Ashgrove
Nestles on a cosy 493 m2 block, this beautiful family home has the perfect blend of charm, character and sophistication.
Upon entry you will marvel at the soaring high ceilings, beautiful VJ's, amazing cornices and gleaming polished floors.
Whether you want separation of living, close to all amenities, walking distance to parks and schools, this family home as it all.
In such a beautiful and quiet location, it's easy to forget you're still within 6 km's to the Brisbane CBD. Ashgrove is truly going from strength to strength.
Boasting 4 generous size bedrooms, separate dining and living complimented with a large open plan kitchen upstirs. Downstairs there is another generous family and rumpus room, two multipurpose utility rooms, and study nook. This is ideal for upstairs and downstairs living.
Weather you are an investor looking to capitalize on the in demand suburb of Ashgrove or looking for a large family home with separation of living. Look no further as 30 Canberra Drive caters for all
• Upstairs and downstairs living
• Low maintenance grounds
• Ceiling Fans throughout
• Traditional character features throughout
• Covered entertainers deck
Such a fantastic and convenient location, both Marist Brothers College, Mt Saint Michael's and the in-demand Oakleigh State Primary School are in walking distance, as are local coffee shops and parks. You'll love living here
Please call Sheridan on 0409180480 or further details
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