39 Glencairn Avenue Indooroopilly
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Located in a quiet riverfront street, this executive family home is for sale for the first time. Originally built in 1970 it has been graced with freshly presented, recently revamped interiors and offers a private, sophisticated haven. As soon as you arrive through the double gates and step up to the Portico, you will be immersed in the grandeur.
Enter and be entranced by the grand sweeping staircase and double ceiling height. Designed to capture the panoramic riverfront, every room is the best room in the house. Several well designed living spaces bring the family together and still provide a marvellous feeling of space. With air conditioning throughout and a stunning fireplace in the main living area, the multifunctional living and dining offers a harmonious blend of winter cosiness and summer coolness.
Perfectly positioned, the stone benchtop kitchen leads into a stunning open plan formal lounge. An entertainer's delight with an impressive sparkling in-ground pool and sprawling patio, you will love spending summer nights observing the stunning view. Stroll down to the waterfront and enjoy the peace and privacy of your own exclusive piece of riverfront. Embodying the entertaining lifestyle with the considerations of a family home, this one is not to be missed.
With four bedrooms, two including ensuites, all on one level plus a separate guest retreat, it ensures this home will suit all families at any age. A well appointed study will surely please the entrepreneur as it boasts plenty of scope to expand your business.
Other features include three car lock up garage and 905m2 of riverfront land. On the other side of the river is parkland, ensuring even more privacy and tranquillity.
Ideally located and within walking distance to the Indooroopilly Golf Club, nearby a variety of cafes and restaurants, Queensland University and close to the CBD
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