A Family Home with Charm and Character

Surrounded by first-class schools, parks, cafes, and within minutes of all manner of amenities, this charming 1930's character home is just what you and your family have been searching for.

Everything you'd hope for from a Queenslander is here - white picket fence with a portico gate, VJ walls, 10-foot ceilings, breezeways, polished timber floors, picture rails, a wide central entry hallway that channels cooling breezes through the home and two large entertaining decks. And who wouldn't have a soft spot for the upstairs bathroom, with its classic charm and claw-foot bathtub?

The home is blessed with abundant natural light through its multitude of windows and French doors, which also allow for wonderful, cooling cross-ventilation. An L-shaped kitchen overlooks the backyard and decks, with a gas cooktop, stone benchtops, Bosch dishwasher, and ample cupboard space. The three upstairs bedrooms are air-conditioned, while the fourth bedroom and connected study could very easily be separated into two bedrooms by completing the dividing wall, making this a 5-bedroom home with minimal effort.

Downstairs makes for an excellent teenager's retreat, also housing the second bathroom and an internal laundry. The single lock-up garage has an adjoining carport, with a very sensible turning area which also leads to an optional second carport. The terraced rear yard is relatively low-maintenance, with a paved, uncovered patio at the rear.

In the heart of the Western Suburbs schooling corridor, this home is only a very short walk to Brisbane Boys' College, the Queensland Academy of Science, Mathematics and Technology, and St Ignatius, and it's within a 2.5km radius of Stuartholme, St Peters, Holy Family, Brigidine, Indooroopilly State High School, Toowong Primary and The University of Queensland.

It's also a location of lifestyle - just a short walking distance from one of the area's most popular bakeries/cafes, Riser; it's close to bus stops, Toowong Village and station; a short walk to both Anzac Park and Oakman Park; 1.5km to Mount Coot-tha Botanical Gardens and a touch over 4km to the CBD.

For the environmentally conscious, there is ample, North-facing, unshaded roof space on which to install solar panels and for the flood-conscious, at 30m above sea level you can sleep soundly.

There is just so much to love about this home and its wonderful location. For the full information pack, including building and pest inspection reports, recent sales and other relevant documents, please enquire.