Nestled in behind a blanket of trees and ferns, this architecturally designed low-set brick home is certainly one of the more unique homes to be found in West End today.
Upon entering through the rustic timber gates, you immediately feel a sense of peace and a touch of intrigue as you wonder what might await at the end of the garden path.
Built over 30 years ago the cavity brick, two bedroom home boasts many architectural features whilst still allowing the new owner to renovate or add their own touches should they wish to.
An amazing cathedral ceiling is the centrepiece of the home and allows natural light to stream into the kitchen at different times of the day. Timber and glass have been used extensively to showcase the many doors, windows and shutters found throughout the home.
Beautiful slate floors with under floor heating will help to create comfort and warmth on a cold winters' night.
The current floor plan provides for a huge open plan living area that allows for an expansive kitchen, the lounge / dining areas and a stylish entry.
Both the bedrooms are of a generous size and have built in wardrobes. The main bedroom has its own ensuite and both bedrooms open onto the covered rear verandah providing cross flow ventilation during the hot summer months.
A skylight ensures plenty of natural light to flood into the main bathroom that has an adjacent separate toilet.
The laundry leads out into a private courtyard ideal for drying the clothes.
A freestanding single garage is located at the front of the 410m2 allotment in one of the more sought after streets in West End.
This location is hard to fault with only 2 klms to the CBD and Southbank and you are in the midst of some of Brisbane's finest educational facilities that include Brisbane State High School, Somerville House, St. Laurence's College, West End Primary School, UQ and Southbank Tafe.
Shopping and restaurants are within minutes and you have transport at the end of the street.
This architectural designed brick home is truly different and needs to be inspected to fully appreciate its uniqueness