Spread out across more than 200m2, this gigantic apartment has the sprawling feel of a house with the big backyard included. It offers an exciting array of options to suit many lifestyles, with expansive areas perfect as workspaces, hobby rooms, entertainment study areas or just plenty of storage space.
As you enter the unit you are greeted by a formal dining area and living room. There is a well-planned kitchen, designed for cooking up a feast with a built-in wine rack and plenty of bench space and walk-in pantry.
The living space opens to the private courtyard and large garden. There is a covered patio area, perfect for alfresco dining and entertaining.
All bedrooms are located well away from the living and entertaining area.
At this point, you have inspected a very large unit offering a comfortable lifestyle but there’s so much more. Because it’s beyond this typical unit design that this home gets really interesting.
There is a double lock-up garage (with 4.5 metre ceiling height). An additional secure storage space is available adjacent to the garage.
Above the garage is another separate room, converted into a home office.
Accessibility is fantastic with direct access from the street to the main entrance and courtyard areas.
This truly is a uniquely designed apartment in a sought-after position on the edge of Stones Corner, while still being close to the South East Freeway, popular bike paths and Brisbane’s CBD.
An inspection is required to fully appreciate this unique apartment and all it has to offer.
Real Property Description: Lot 1 on BUP1782
Internal Floor Area: 194 sqm
Total Floor Area: 258 sqm
Lots In Block: 6
Rates: $416 per quarter
Body Corporate: $1,531 per quarter
Sinking Fund Balance: $58,834 as at October 2020
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