54 Finsbury Street Newmarket
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PARK-LIFESTYLE & LOCATION
Start out a winner with this high-set post-war family home situated on a generous and well-proportioned 607m2 block. With an approximate 17m frontage to both street and parklands this property presents an exciting potential for refurbishment, to build new or small-lot land subdivision (S.T.C.A - Subject to Council Approval.) This breezy allotment backing onto the popular Finsbury Park provides an unbelievable opportunity in the heart of the tightly held inner-city fringe of Newmarket/Wilston border.
With a simple layout and spacious central living, this home blends the combination of high ceilings and polished timber floors, adding character to the home.
The neat and tidy kitchen incorporates gas cooking and ample cupboard space, with a backyard outlook linking with the over-sized outdoor deck.
Accommodation comprises four bedrooms (two including built in cupboards) and a central bathroom with original terrazzo floor.
A huge North East facing deck is the perfect place to relax and/or entertain overlooking the level backyard and popular park beyond towards the city skyline in the distance.
Underneath the home offers a separate toilet and shower plus a lockable versatile utility room, tandem garage and ample storage space. There is also an additional carport and side access along the side of the home, perfect caravans, boats or trailers.
A rare find in an enviable position located in a quiet street; you will find nearby public transport, sought after schools, including Kelvin Grove State High School, Enoggera Creek bike-way and park amenities, local shops/cafes, Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital with the CBD, the recently refurbished Newmarket Reading cinemas, dining and shopping precincts all on your door step. A blue-chip investment; live in now or get busy making plans to create a spectacular family home.
For more information or to arrange an inspection, please contact Michael Ford.
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