Behind the white picket fence and through a bower of trailing greenery lies the freshly renovated light-filled interior of 10 Duke Street. With all the desired mod cons, this property offers the best in family living with its flat, fully fenced, manicured lawns, sheltered entertaining area, main with ensuite, dual living areas, private study, reverse cycle air-conditioning throughout, close to transport and one of the best backyards you will ever see.
Boasting the best in traditional architecture solid brick construction high ceilings, polished hardwood floors this property has been renovated to leave you nothing to do but move in and enjoy the many modern features it offers. The flagstone pavers beside the pebble-dash drive lead to front door which opens on to the cooling second living area where parents can retreat for some quiet down time.
Beyond the imposing cedar door off this room lies the hallway with sturdy, broad polished floors that run throughout the house. To the right is the master with its fresh, breezy ambience accentuated by the leafy outlook through the tall frosted windows. This room contains two built-in robes and its own air-conditioner and has a spacious ensuite with his and her bathing, enlarged shower heads, cooling sandstone tiles and featured tiling panels in blue.
The second bedroom also comes with its own air-conditioner and built-in robe with ample storage and space for his and her clothing, together with enviable views of the trees and shrubs surrounding the property.
Off the living/dining lies the kitchen with plenty of storage and charming views of the greenery beyond the kitchen windows. The kitchen itself comes with stainless steel gas-fired oven and stove top, double sink, built-in pantry and updated oven nook. This chic and renovated heart of the home is sure to please aspiring and budding chefs alike.
The renovated bathroom with full-size bath and glass folding door has been redone in the classical style and offers a freestanding wooden vanity and grand wall mirror.
At the back of the property lie the study area and the third bedroom. Through the study you’ll find the impressive back garden a spectacular combination of manicured lawns complete with full irrigation system and water tank, pebble-dash driveway, defining stonework, delicate shrubbery, tall trees and level landscaping. This centrepiece of the property can be enjoyed in summer and winter alike as the entertaining area is well sheltered and offers a 180 degree views of the children at play. The lawn is perfect for a trampoline or running around with a foot ball.
The lock-up garage sits at the end of a driveway that can easily fit three cars and even a boat if your heart desires.
Bathed in natural light and in ready to move in condition, this treasure won’t last long. As a playground for active children and an easy maintenance option for busy parents, this household beckons the fun-loving family.
Duke Street lies at the heart of Gaythorne where a 30-minute bus ride on the 330 or a 20-minute ride on the train from Gaythorne station will whisk you directly into the CBD. Both Mitchelton and Gaythorne stations have convenient park-and-ride facilities and Mitchelton serves as a transport hub with bus and train connections throughout Brisbane.
With impeccable transport connections, Gaythorne also lies a 2-minute drive away from the renowned Brookside Shopping Centre with its 120 specialty shops, Myer, Target and Woolworths. Shopping has never been so convenient.
Lying next to the suburb of Mitchelton, Duke Street benefits from access to Mitchelton Park with its 6.6 hectares of delightful parkland, Mitchelton’s Youth Club, which is well known for its fitness work with kids, and Mitchelton Football Club, which offers soccer training and matches for the under 6s to under 16s. This healthy lifestyle will keep all members of the family active.
In this family friendly neighbourhood, it is not surprising that you can find day and night barefoot bowls games and bush walking trails in a native regeneration reserve only around the corner in Red Gum Place.
Parents are not forgotten either with Jetts 24-hour fitness centre and West Mitchelton Rugby League Club. Additionally, the famous Jan Powers’ Farmers’ Markets are held every month in nearby Blackwood Street where you can also treat yourself to a barista coffee or visit one of the many restaurants there.
The suburb of Gaythorne is well serviced by schools with Mitchelton State School offering intensive programmes in music, sport and Japanese and opening its doors to a healthy intake of international students. The Catholic co-educational school of Mt Maria College lies within 300 metres of Duke Street, offering extension programmes for Gifted and Talented children, musicals, drama productions and art exhibitions.
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