43 Hilton Street East Brisbane
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This stunning, north facing, renovated residence is proudly positioned on an expansive 1,012m2 allotment in a peaceful pocket of East Brisbane. Immaculately presented amongst landscaped gardens and boasting a timeless design, this two storey Queenslander is the ultimate family home.
With a picturesque facade, the home is framed by dual wraparound verandahs and French doors that instantly draw you inside. From the moment you step through the front door you are struck by the character features which include high ceilings, VJ walls, plantation shutters and French windows, creating a warm and inviting ambience that makes you feel instantly at home.
Framed by French doors that capture cooling breezes, the lower level presents the perfect children/teenage retreat with a separate kitchenette and casual living space, perfect for larger families.
Thoughtfully composed with an open design, the formal lounge and dining are positioned upstairs, accompanied by the grand and gourmet kitchen perfectly appointed. Complete with marble benchtops and island bench, detailed white cabinetry and Ilve six burner gas cooktop, the chef in the family will truly love this culinary space.
Flowing out from these centrally positioned living spaces, the second entertainer's verandah is ideal for hosting guests, and overlooks the sparkling saltwater swimming pool and immaculate hedge-lined gardens, offering the perfect setting for summer afternoon garden parties.
Five bedrooms, all with character style offer abundant family space and include a true master retreat with private ensuite.
Centrally positioned overlooking the Churchie tennis courts and Heath Park, the surrounding ambience that this home affords provides for blissful family living. Close to an array of prestigious schools, Mowbray Park, Brisbane River, Kangaroo Point Cliffs, CBD, cafes and restaurants, you simply cannot find a better position.
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