Nestled in a tightly held precinct in a bushland setting, this house of natural understated luxury offers peace and serenity with the advantages of being only a few kilometres from the CBD.
This timeless, architecturally designed home would appeal to people who enjoy living close to nature. It adjoins a heritage listed forest reserve with extensive walking trails.
The ironbark weatherboard house has been designed to be in sympathy with its natural environment to provide a relaxed indoor/outdoor lifestyle. The main house comprises a number of separate pavilions connected by covered verandahs and there is also a self-contained granny flat connected to the main house by a covered walkway.
The granny flat is ideal for working from home, a teenagers' retreat or it can be rented to provide an additional source of income.
The living and dining areas open up to look out to the pool and outdoor entertaining areas plus the small Juliette balcony off the kitchen is regularly visited by Rainbow Lorikeets, King Parrots and Cockatoos.
With a land area of 1,234sqm adjoining the forest reserve this home is certainly not normal suburbia and offers a private sanctuary with not so obvious neighbours, who are not within the "handshake distance" common elsewhere in these inner suburbs.
This home is located close to public transport and well regarded schools such as Bardon State School, St Joseph's Primary School and the Stuartholme School. The cafes and restaurants in Rosalie and Paddington are close by and the Suncorp Stadium at Lang Park and the Caxton Street and Barracks precinct are also relatively close.
For more information or to arrange a private inspection, please contact Andrew Degn.