First Time Offered in 60 Years!
Offered to the market for the first time in 60 years, this much-loved home combines an address of distinction in a tree lined pocket of Mitchelton – this will not last!
A delightfully cosy, sun-kissed courtyard greets you upon entry, providing an alternative place simply to indulge in your favourite book or morning newspaper with a freshly brewed coffee. The fluid layout comprises an open plan living and dining space that are joined by a bright and spacious modern kitchen. This kitchen features quality stainless steel appliances, glass splashbacks and excellent storage.
From the dining, a generous northeast facing entertainment area opens up and adds an additional dimension of space to enjoy year-round, perfect for afternoon barbeques with friends and family. A second living area/lounge extends off the deck and is ideal for use as a media room, all-weather play space for the kids, home office or guest suite, and it has 2-way access to a bathroom. The property offers three bedrooms, all with built-in robes, and a central, second bathroom services the rest of the home with shower over bath combination.
Additional features include air-conditioning and ceiling fans, high end metal security doors and window screens, plenty of dedicated storage, lock up garage with workbench and extra off-street parking for either additional vehicles, boat, caravan or trailer, and a garden shed out the back. The home has been freshly painted internally, so all that’s left to do is unpack.
The position of this home is perfect. It is close to the café and restaurant strip of Blackwood St, Brookside Shopping Centre, transport and nearby schools.
Don’t let this opportunity pass you by – you simply must inspect, as this will not last!
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