9 Faversham Street Woolloongabba

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Rip-it-Off

This Woolloongabba home is sure to create huge interest.

The Queenslander on a 617sq m block is still original under all that cladding so, rip- it -off to open up the wrap around verandah and reveal the magic of the home in this worthy location.

“How can you go wrong buying this property, it's got location, it's got land size, it's got plenty of internal space and, it's got opportunity “ said Andrew Degn of Place West.

The house certainly has plenty of potential charm on the inside with VJ walls, high ceilings, arched hallway, fret work, French doors and some stained glass. The carpet lets the homes ambience down. Solution, Rip -it - Up and polish those timber floors. The layout is traditional as you would expect allowing plenty of room for all and flexibility of future design.

A fresh recently new kitchen is large with plenty of cupboard and bench space.

All three bedrooms are on the same level with built-in wardrobes and casement windows. The two bathrooms have distinctive styles but are fresh, clean and functional.

There is internal access via a timber staircase to a secure fully concreted downstairs including, laundry and the garaging for two cars. It's a huge area with lots of potential.

Outdoors, the property at 9 Faversham Street, Woolloongabba also has plenty to offer with expansive lawn, leafy gardens, fully fenced and a super cute separate garden shed in a previous life was the old single garage.

For more information please call Andrew Degn

Property Features

  • Council Rates : $629 per quarter
  • Land Size : 617.00 m2
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Property ID: 3196424

Andrew Degn

Andrew Degn

0417 068 878

Location map for 9 Faversham Street Woolloongabba

Contact Office

Place West

8 Guthrie Street

PADDINGTON 4064

T 07 3858 0388

F 07 3858 0355

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