Located in the exclusive cul-de-sac of Brydon Street among predominantly owner-occupier residences, this premium quality 2-year-old property enjoys exceptional zoned living and excellent cross breezes flowing through the entire home. If you are looking for luxury, functionality, privacy, exceptional value, and the perfect entertainer, look no further. Everything about this residence will impress so be quick to inspect.
With blackbutt flooring, Travertine pavers, 100% wool carpet and glass balustrading on the staircases and around the pool, this home epitomises the best in quality finishes. Added to this, the versatile layout of three levels of luxury living boasts its own sumptuous retreat for guests, grandparents or a teenager. This guest wing lies on the ground floor and offers a king-sized bedroom, ensuite and walk-in-robe. The ensuite is distinguished by its his-and-hers vanities and heated towel rail and a generous office is also found on this level perfect for running a business from home, with its own private entry beyond the front door. A large laundry completes this level.
Upstairs lies a sweeping open-plan living space with the kitchen at its hub. Here you can have conversations out to the dining, lounge, or covered substantial al fresco deck that overlooks the sparkling salt water pool. The kitchen boasts premium contemporary fittings: stainless steel 5-burner Miele gas stove top and professional grade electric oven, stain-resistant granite benches, glass rangehood, Miele dishwasher, double sink and soft-close drawers all lit by elegant drop lights. Coupled with ample storage, the kitchen will become the domain of the master chef and encourage lighthearted conversation over nibbles as you prepare savoury concoctions.
The top level boasts a king-sized master with ensuite, walk-in-robe and private balcony together with three other double bedrooms, a rumpus room and family bathroom. All rooms are carpeted with a hard-wearing, neutral toned carpet and are lit by discrete downlights. The second living area is perhaps the most private in the street as all you can see is tree tops. It’s one of the many wonderful spots in the house to kick back and relax.
Completing the package, you’ll appreciate the under stair storage, double lock-up-remote garage, 3.5KL water tank, fully integrated Bose sound system, zoned ducted air conditioning, feng shui goldfish pond, lofty ceilings of 2.5m height, full insulation, tinted glass and ceiling fans throughout, easy to maintain landscaped gardens and convenient vacuum-maid.
If quality craftsmanship, space, private zones, and the perfect family home for entertaining are what you are looking for then be quick to inspect as this one will sell.
The suburb of Highgate Hill is located 2 km from the CBD and in the much sought after State High catchment area. With its commanding position allowing easy access to major amenities, trendy retail outlets and various local parks and bikeways, it lies in the dress circle of Brisbane’s inner city suburbs. You even have a park in your own street where monthly community barbeques are held. Not only are you close to the eateries and bars in Hardgrave Road, a 15-minute walk takes you to Boundary Street and West End’s bohemian mix of bars, cafes, restaurants and specialty stores. Also nearby are craft outlets, produce markets, clearance warehouses and the excitement of Southbank Parklands.
Brydon Street is served by 2 city bus services the 196 and 192 which can whisk you into the CBD in no time at all. You are close to the Mater (which has recently undergone its extension for children’s services) and buses to the University of Queensland stop frequently along Dornoch Terrace and the South Bank train station is also within walking distance. You’ll find easy access to major transport arteries to the city via the William Jolly Bridge, Southeast Freeway, Goodwill Pedestrian Bridge and the Go Between Bridge.
Nearby educational facilities include the acclaimed Brisbane State High, St Laurence College and Somerville House. Nearby primary schools include West End State School and St Joseph’s at Kangaroo Point. The University of Queensland is a short trip across the river and you can stroll to the Queensland College of Art or Griffith University Conservatorium of Music at Southbank Australia’s leading tertiary music institution. Use Southbank TAFE to learn new skills and interests to enhance your lifestyle.
Finally you’re only a few minutes from the hub of Brisbane’s cultural and intellectual life the celebrated Queensland Performing Arts Complex (QPAC), the Queensland Art Gallery, Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA), Opera Queensland, Queensland Theatre Company, State Library, Queensland Museum, Maritime Museum and the Science Centre. The cream of Queensland’s creative life lies just a short walk away.