Owner instructs that this property must be sold.
On a secluded estate far from traffic noise sits the townhouse of Number 11. Backing on to private parkland and sharing a sparkling 36 square-metre pool, this property boasts two bedrooms, expansive open-plan living, reverse-cycle air conditioning and offers a welcome retreat from the hustle and bustle of city life. Without doubt this property will be sold so be quick to inspect.
Tucked away at the back of the complex and overlooking manicured gardens and an oasis pool, this low-maintenance townhouse offers a private and secure sanctuary yet retains the accessibility that is so desirable in a property. With easy access to the motorway north to the city and south to the Gold Coast, Chatswood Road lies directly opposite the shopping and dining hub of Chatswood Central and down the road from Chatswood Village.
With large open-plan living room and dining area, cooling tiles, Crimsafe door and windows, ceiling fan and Mitsubishi air-conditioning, this room makes a welcome retreat in summer.
Beyond the dining area lies a broad outdoor entertaining terrace with brick pavers and room for a barbecue and an eight-seater outdoor setting. The seclusion here has to be felt to be appreciated as the fully fenced landscaped back yard is bordered by an expanse of parkland where only bird calls interrupt the sound scape.
Lit by an overhead skylight, the kitchen provides ample storage space and an in-built pantry together with a Simpson electric oven and separate electric grill. With a double sink and shelving for spices or decoration, the kitchen comes with a Westinghouse stove top for creating magnificent culinary creations. It leads through to a separate laundry with external access through its own door.
The over-sized double master bedroom contains one full wall’s length of built-in robes adequate for the most dedicated of retail shoppers. With its own air-conditioner and ceiling fan, this room looks out over the secluded entertaining area.
The bathroom contains a full-sized shower cubicle with trendy frosted glass and a grab bar for support. Decorated in aqua-blue tiles and with an electric heater overhead, the bathroom is equipped with recessed shelving for toiletries and dressing room lights above the mirror for clear viewing of make-up application and the separate toilet lies between the bathroom and the second bedroom, which boasts its own built-in robes and tiled floor for cooling.
The oasis-style pool at the front is bounded by a large entertaining area covered by shade cloth and includes an impressive rockery feature that maximizes the tranquility of the area.
A pure delight, Unit 11 will be sold – contact Adam Nobel immediately to be the first to view this outstanding treasure.
The picturesque suburb of Daisy Hill lies 22 kilometres south-east of Brisbane along the Pacific Motorway corridor yet far from its traffic noise within the Logan City Council boundary. With Daisy Hill enjoying a surge in unit prices in the last three months, it is now being recognised as a suburb most likely to buck the trend and yield excellent returns on investment.
Daisy Hill has plenty of local retail options with Pacific Place in its western corner and Chatswood Central (with its massive Woolworths and superb medical precinct) and Chatswood Village just on the opposite side of the road. Both locations offer excellent dining options for the discerning gourmet.
With swift transport links to the city Daisy Hill couldn’t be bettered. With a city stop only 75 metres away from your doorstep, the Brisbane buses run every 10 minutes in peak and take only 38 minutes to reach the CBD.
At the end of Chatswood Road lies the renowned Daisy Hill Conservation Park, one of three reserves totalling 1170 hectares and home to many koalas, providing a number of walking trails and opportunities for mountain-bike riders and horse-riders. Featuring eucalypt forest and paperbark wetlands, the conservation park provides picnic and barbecue facilities and is a popular venue for wedding celebrations. The Daisy Hill Koala Centre offers a rare opportunity to view koalas up close and learn about protecting them through various interactive displays.
Daisy Hill is also well provided for with schools and has large Catholic primary and secondary schools, St Edward the Confessor and John Paul College. The Slacks Creek Primary has been in the suburb’s area since 2002, along with the nearby heritage-listed St Marks Anglican Church.