Unprecedented Opportunity on Double Block in Wooloowin
The Richard Hain Team is proud to present 37 Kent Road, Wooloowin. This spectacular home has been held by the same family for the past 67 years and now offers an exclusive opportunity for a new family to make it their own.
Built in 1910 on an 810m2 block, this incredible property has an abundance of original character features including soaring 3.3m ceilings throughout the upstairs level, VJ walls, ornate cornice, stained glass windows, over-door fretwork, and pressed metal ceilings.
The original house was raised up and built-in in 1995 by contractors Kevin Walmsley Constructions and John Quak Engineer, where quality Bundaberg bricks were used for the entire exterior of the house, and a grand front entrance and staircase of Helidon sandstone was added. As part of this renovation, the floorplan was extended further on the southern side of the house to provide additional living space.
This exciting opportunity has all the structural hard work already done leaving a fantastic blank canvas for you to put your cosmetic upgrades to and, with generous proportions throughout, this home has the space to pursue whatever you are looking for be it dual-living, home business, or entertainer's haven.
The spacious backyard offers established trees and gardens including a selection of Australian natives giving shade and privacy to your rear deck. There is ample room for children and pets to play plus space to put in a pool if desired.
Additional features include all windows updated, Termimesh termite barrier, NBN and Foxtel connections, and solar hot water.
– 3.3m ceilings
– Original VJ walls
– Ornate cornice
– Original pressed metal ceilings in the lounge, hallway, and two of the bedrooms
– Original stained-glass windows and fretwork over doors
– 5 large bedrooms
– Gigantic kitchen and dining room with direct access to the east-facing rear deck
– Large lounge or sitting room
– Wrap around north-facing sunroom with access from the lounge through French doors
– Private south-facing deck with access from three bedrooms
– Bathroom including shower, bath, and vanity plus separate powder room
– Internal timber staircase
– 2.8m ceilings
– Huge rumpus/living area
– Two bedrooms
– Bathroom with shower and vanity plus separate powder room
– Internal laundry
– Remote garage with drive-through access to backyard
– Off-street parking for two additional cars
– Rear undercover entertaining area
– Undercover front entrance and north-facing patio
Positioned just 5.7km from the CBD and 10 minutes to the Brisbane Airport, with Melrose Park, Kalinga Park, Shaw Park, and Kedron Brook parkland facilities within easy reach, this location provides easy access to fantastic outdoor lifestyle opportunities.
Commuting will be a breeze with the Wooloowin Train Station just a 10-minute walk away and access to the 321 & 369 Bus routes just a three-minute walk away. You are a short drive to shopping precincts and a comprehensive selection of local cafes and restaurants.
Situated within the highly desirable Wooloowin State and Kedron State High school catchments and within close proximity to sought-after private schools, this family home is perfectly positioned to take advantage of all that is on offer within the prestigious and tightly held Wooloowin community.
If you are looking for a large family home with character features but don't want the maintenance, this home is perfect for you. Double blocks with this much potential rarely come along so act quickly to avoid disappointment. Contact the Richard Hain Team today to register your interest.
BCC Rates: $3,796.64 per annum
Rental Appraisal: $950 – $1,050 per week
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