16 Manning Street South Brisbane
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Unique in every sense of the word... Unsurpassed potential in South Brisbane!!
This former church provides the right buyer with unsurpassed potential in the heart of one of Brisbane's most highly coveted suburbs.
Positioned on an expansive 911 square metres of land in the heart of South Brisbane offering the potential to transform into a staggeringly beautiful home, enjoy the abounding space created by a sweeping, open floor plan and nine metre peaked ceilings. Exposed cathedral rafters, Gothic-style stained glass windows and polished timber floors all lend an air of transcendent artistry that will not be matched in any other residence in the city.
Alternatively, utilise this sprawling space as a strategically positioned commercial business or office space that takes full advantage of its 'blue chip' Manning Street locale. Only minutes from all the amenities of South Bank, West End and the CBD, zoning allows for construction to the rear of the property for further development opportunities. Plans are available upon request.
Outstanding additional features include a separate office, designer bathroom, solid brick construction, an expansive open-ended driveway, parking for up to eight cars and two sets of large bespoke wooden gates. There is also a terrace, loggia and oversized hidden landscaped garden oasis toward the rear of the property.
This exceptional location ensures all aspects of cosmopolitan city living and working are met. Some of Brisbane's most popular restaurants, bars and entertainment are within easy walking distance. The South Bank cultural venues and parklands are close at hand as are quality public and private schools.
This unique opportunity is like no other and is sure to be snapped up without hesitation. Do not miss your chance to inspect the beauty on offer in 16 Manning Street, South Brisbane.
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