25 Munro Street Auchenflower
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Quintessential Queenslander - Superbly Located on 457m2
This gracious, well-appointed Queenslander residence proudly sits on an impressive 457m2 and revels in its perfect North-East orientation. The home fuses understated modern convenience together with timeless appeal to create an absolutely engaging family environment.
Beyond the perfect picket fence a traditional entry greets you with wide front verandah, bay window, ornate breezeway and wide hallway. Free-flowing open plan living and dining area complemented by timber floors, VJ walls, soaring high ceilings and sliding timber doors to entice abundant north-easterly breezes.
A well-appointed kitchen showcases a stunning feature island and quality appliances and excellent storage options to maximise space and functionality. Traditional glass windows lets the light flood these spaces...a supremely private, hidden oasis complete with landscaped gardens, lush green foliage, level yard and entertainers deck complete the package.
Accommodation allows for excellent family flexibility. 2 Bedrooms open onto an enclosed sunroom. The master bedroom enjoys direct access to a modern bathroom while the 4th bedroom offers an ideal home office scenario, the main bathroom and separate powder room are well situated on the upper level.
Internal stairs reveal a 2nd living area plus spacious laundry and additional bathroom.
Comprehensively appointed throughout with ducted air-conditioning, dedicated storage areas inside and out, as well as 2 car automatic car accommodation.
Situated in a premium family location, in the heart of a sought after community, you are a just minutes to the CBD. Ideal for the family home or investor as the property has been previously tenanted between $825 - $950 per week.
For more information or to arrange an inspection please contact Michael Ford.
: $614 per quarter
: 457.00 m2
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