Old blighty beckons, vendors can’t take it with them this time
The owners of one of Indooroopilly’s finest homes are returning to Europe, giving would-be buyers the chance to own a beautifully renovated Queenslander on a massive block.
The expat Londoners are looking to retire to their mother country, creating this opportunity to secure a rare gem of a home and a piece of Australia’s architectural past.
Selling agent, Lucas Wilson, said the charm, character and history of this home was immediately evident, even if Jainba Street was not its original resting place.
“The classic Queenslander was originally from Southport, right on the canal where the high rises now are,” Mr Wilson said. “This home was so special, it was relocated from its waterfront position to Indooroopilly 25 years ago to take advantage of the 2486m² block.”
Mr Wilson said the large-sized block was incredibly unusual in Indooroopilly and provided the opportunity for a tennis court, subdivision or buyers could continue to enjoy the private, resort-like grounds.
This property is a perfect oasis for family living with 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, multiple parking spaces, entertainers kitchen with Italian granite benchtops and multiple outdoor decks, either overlooking the pool or landscaped grounds.
“The house is all on the same level, unlike many other Queenslander homes, giving it a luxurious sense of space and a practical layout,” Mr Wilson said.
34 Jainba Street, Indooroopilly will go to auction through Ray White Toowong 16 August.
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