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2/19 Whynot Street, West End QLD 4101

Rare Art Deco apartment in West End's best street

Occupying an elevated position in one of West End’s most iconic streets sits this remarkable, solid brick cavity complex. It displays a fundamental symmetry which personifies the Art Deco style. This quiet boutique block has a lovely community feel and an enviable lifestyle position, only moments to river walks, parks, cafes, transport and so much more on offer in this buzzing suburb.
Enjoy the ease of single level living in this ground floor apartment where house-like proportions are enhanced by refined character details such as rich timber floorboards, picture rails and high, elegant ornate ceilings throughout. The large living room boasts an illuminating bay window which is ideal as for study nook. The bedroom is an expansive, airy and welcoming space complemented by a well-appointed bathroom with bath/shower combo as well as a considerable linen/toiletries cabinet. A central walk-in closet provides extensive storage space for luggage and miscellany, a benefit rarely available in a one-bedroom apartment.

The dining/sunroom opens through French doors to a generous deck (recently rebuilt) boasting a coveted northeast aspect, leafy vista, and city views. It is here in the evening, the skyline unfolds against a dramatic backdrop of city lights providing the perfect space to entertain. Why not relax with a Martini or Gibson and replicate the pizzazz of an energetic and romantic era? Also embracing the view is the timeless, functional kitchen with an electric fan-forced oven, gas cooktop, double sink and plentiful cupboards.

LOCATION: “Lumeah Court” sits between Boundary Street and Hardgrave Road and is perfectly situated to take full advantage of many of Brisbane’s best cosmopolitan restaurants, cafes, markets, arts, culture and entertainment. West End manages to keep its village vibe despite being just 2kms from the CBD and minutes to South Bank’s cultural and entertainment precinct.

Sold $430,000


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