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In a peaceful enclave at the end of McCord Street lies the secluded small block of four single story townhouses at number 36. Surrounded by the expansive vista of the Kedron Brook Walkway with its bikeways and walking tracks, the only sounds penetrating this property are the birdsongs of passing lorikeets.

In your own little piece of paradise perfect for walking the dog or taking early morning jogs, it’s hard to believe you are only 6 kilometres from the city.

Having been recently repainted, this property leaves you nothing to do but move in and enjoy the quality appointments and delightful interior.

Through the secure crimsafe door, the property opens up on the large lounge/kitchen/dining area all fully tiled for easy cleaning and enhanced by the reverse cycle air-conditioning and with double glassed French doors on to the courtyard. The kitchen allows the master chef to enjoy pre-dinner conversations with guests while preparing tantalizing meals as the kitchen comes equipped with floating island bench, double sink and stainless steel appliances of Blanco oven and Fisher and Paykel dishwasher.

The lofty cathedral ceiling in the kitchen contains louvre skylight windows, allowing heat to dissipate and light to flood the workspace. With stunning dimpled stainless steel tiled splashback, the kitchen offers the very best in interior design.

The two large double bedrooms come with their own ensuites and are complemented by ceiling fans with lights installed. Each bedroom mirrors the other with their ample built-in robes, neutral hard-wearing carpet and spacious ensuites. The master bedroom follows the skyline of the kitchen, having a similar set of louvre windows at loft height, allowing the breezes to waft through and cool the room and the second bedroom provides an attractive outlook to the leafy greenery surrounding the property.

Timber blinds adorn the windows throughout the property and the cabinetry of the ensuites reflects the colour scheme of the kitchen in warm wood tones and jet benchtops.

For low maintenance living and low body corporate fees, this 8-year old residence represents the highest standards in value for money. As an attractive prospect for the astute investor and as a natural locale for the health enthusiast, this property beckons the discerning buyer.


As Brisbane’s smallest suburb, Gordon Park lies between the enormous shopping centres of Stafford and Lutwyche. With its five-cinema Hoyts movie complex and a shopping mall containing Big W, Woolworths and over 80 specialty shops, Stafford City lies less than 5 minutes down the road. For shoppers who prefer the traditional main road retail experience, Lutwyche is renowned for its many individual outlets and its premier Jetts and Fitness First health centres where you can enjoy aqua aerobics, free parking, pilates and yoga classes, steam room and cycle classes together with the convenience of a morning crche for the youngsters. Lutwyche also offers a range of retail outlets including The Clearance Shop, The Good Guys, Coles, Aldi and several retro thrift stores.

Serviced by two bus routes, Gordon Park enjoys both the 333 Buz bus and the 376 City Rocket, both of which get you to the CBD in under 30 minutes and shortly the suburb will have access to the Airport Link which will speed the journey to the airport down to 15 minutes.

Gordon Park lies in the catchment area of Kedron State High, a school renowned for its inclusive policies and diverse curriculum. For those who prefer private education, there are Padua College a Catholic independent learning establishment – and Mt Alvernia College a Franciscan school for young girls in nearby Kedron.

With many key recreational areas nearby, Gordon Park enjoys proximity to the off-leash dog walking Kakoda Park, the child-friendly Grinstead Park in Stafford with its adventure playground, barbecues, half-court basketball and skating and rollerblading facilities and Bradshaw Park with its annual Christmas Carols and Aussie Day barbeques.
As a springboard to the Sunshine Coast, Gordon Park is well placed to offer easy access along the Gympie Road highway. Carefree weekends away just beckon any prospective buyer.

With copious amenities and swift links to the city, Gordon Park is the pride of the northern suburbs and offers the distinct advantage of lifestyle.

For a copy of the Sustainability Decleration contact agent.

Sold $315,000


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