Set on a 405m2 block this cleverly designed ‘traditional Queenslander style’ haven is set in the heart of the family friendly suburb of Graceville. With the light and spacious open plan kitchen, living and dining zone expanding out through two sets of wooden French doors to the roomy front veranda, and complete with multiple open-air nooks, ideal for whiling away the hours with a good book, this property oozes traditional charm and restful tranquillity.
There is a breezy flow through from front to back with floorboards running throughout the upstairs living and bedroom spaces. The property is fully air conditioned, with air conditioning systems and ceiling fans in each of the upstairs bedrooms and the living zone. The bedrooms are large, all with built in robes, the master with a considerable walk in robe as well as a private ensuite. French doors open up off the two rear bedrooms on to the copious veranda, a perfect spot for some outdoor entertaining and with an outlook overlooking the back lawn, towering jacaranda and lush tropical garden.
The downstairs utility room has been built in and is currently being used as a self-contained unit. It features trendy “engineered wood lookalike” vinyl flooring for easy maintenance and durability. Set up to a modern styling aesthetic it has large bi-fold doors that open up to the back patio and garden.
It is an ideal spot for a teenager to hang out or as a separate family zone, perhaps for the kids. Louvre windows add a modern airy accent to the doors. Additional features added to the utility room include a compact kitchenette with a large sink and space for a dishwasher and microwave.
There is a big walk in wardrobe and the third bathroom which is expansive and houses a double sink vanity, vast walk in shower, toilet and ample cupboard space. The downstairs converted utility area is also air conditioned.
Traditional replica features include the wooden screen front doors, ornate fret work, half wall VJ panelling and the ornamental panes of glass on the front and back upstairs entrance doors. The primary entrance doors all have deadlocks. The downstairs utility room opens up to the enclosed laundry and airy undercover washing line with loads of room for a ping pong table or an inside-outside kids play area. This area extends out further to the battened two car electronic garage and the separate work shop or storage shed.
On a highly sought-after street in Graceville, renowned for its community feel, choice of excellent cafes and restaurants, and both private and public schools, 287 Long Street East sits within walking distance to public transport, shops, parks, schools and the river.
For more information, please contact Charles Wiggett on 0424 754 113.