You have to inspect this townhouse to experience the secluded haven on offer. As one of only 5 townhouses in the complex, this residence is surrounded by greenery and its substantial 35sqm courtyard gives privacy and peace to the owners with no noise whatsoever.
The lounge opens on to this private space through sliding doors, giving occupiers an indoor-outdoor feel and offering a seamless transition from the kitchen/dining/lounge making it great for entertaining. The split system, reverse cycle air conditioning completes the downstairs and is also a big plus.
The kitchen boasts a Simpson dishwasher, Chef conventional oven and Chef stove top set into the kitchen bench. Above it is the range hood. Through the kitchen lie the separate laundry and separate toilet, leading to the back entry and the carport and generous storage area.
Upstairs lie the three bedrooms, each with built-in robe, ceiling fan, neutral hard-wearing carpet and security bars at the windows. The main bedroom has its own ensuite and an attractive balcony overlooking the front of the residence. The family bathroom also houses a bath as well as shower.
Lying near the Gallipoli Barracks, this property represents an unrivalled investment opportunity.
Gaythorne Road lies at the heart of the suburb where a 30-minute bus ride on the 350 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 5-minute drive away from the renowned Brookside Shopping Centre with its 120 specialty shops, Myer, Target and Woolworths. It also lies a few minutes’ drive from the Alderley shopping centre with its recently refurbished Coles. Retail therapy has never been so convenient.
In this family friendly neighbourhood, it is not surprising that you can find day and night barefoot bowls games and bushwalking trails in a native regeneration reserve only around the corner in Red Gum Place. 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 and the Catholic co-educational school of Mt Maria College as well as Hillbrook Anglican School lying nearby.
In a locale that is growing in popularity and with impeccable transport connections, Gaythorne is fast becoming the hub of the northside.