This striking Queenslander has great street cred, heaps of charm and plenty of character, more than you’ve ever hoped for in this price bracket. You just can’t beat the character of some of our pre-century classic Ipswich homes. Built in the early 1910’s, the charm and popularity of this style of home has not diminished in over 100 years.
These homes are extremely popular with renovators, especially ones that still showcase all that we love about them. High soaring ceilings, honey-coloured floorboards, VJ walls and ornate timber features and of course the classic “L” shaped open verandah.
There are three (3) good size bedrooms off the central passageway, some have built-ins and one has French doors leading to the bathroom. Impressive size lounge area at the rear with original glass sliders. Semi modern kitchen that works well but could do with replacing with a more traditional design as could the bathroom. (both are currently very usable as they are)
This one would be ideal for those looking to renovate or to restore, with the way prices are holding strong for this style of property, there would be good money to be made. Or do the work and enjoy the lifestyle on offer, especially being on such a large useable 809sqm fully fenced block.
Downstairs is fully concreted and mostly used for storage, plenty of room on offer that can be utilised for what ever you desire. Back in the day…laundries were out the back or tucked underneath, as is this one. But better than the original “copper & tub” of the past.
The added bonus of this property is the impressive sized, 809 sqm fully fenced block. Rear yard access can be gained under the large carport, plenty of space for a big shed. Some garden removal on the right side, would also give you full, unrestricted rear yard access. This is a hot property, with a very realistic price so don’t delay, as it won’t be there for long.
Flood Status- Not effected in 1974 or Jan 2011.
: Nice semi original 1910 Queenslander.
: Big, usable and flood free 809 sqm block
: Soaring ceilings, VJ walls and ornate timber work through out
: Three big bedrooms, some with French doors, a/c or bathroom access.
: Generous sized rear lounge area, with original sliders.
: Semi-modern kitchen that works & presents well.
: Concrete stumps & renewed/updated mains plumbing.
: Electric appliances, but town gas runs past in the street.
: Ideal for the renovator or handyman looking for the next project.
: Easy drive to the Ipswich CBD, Riverlink Shopping precinct, east Ipswich rail station and some of Ipswich’s stately private schools.
: Rent return appraised between $330 – $350 per week
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