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Five Brisbane Properties For $800,000

Take a look at what the capital has to offer.

By Terry Christodoulou
Tue, Apr 20, 2021 4:40pmGrey Clock 4 min

3/38 Oriel Road, Clayfield, QLD

Presenting immaculate style and presentation is this spacious, recently renovated townhouse.

Bringing with it a resort-style feel, the exceptional home – with 3-bedrooms, 2-bathrooms, 1-garage – arrives with a spacious kitchen with stone benchtops and stainless steel appliances.

Here, the open plan living and dining areas flow through to the private entertaining alfresco area.

Elsewhere, a master bedroom is complete with an ensuite and walk-in robe. Two other bedrooms complete the residence.

The home is nearby to all Clayfield has to offer including supermarkets, dining, express buses to the CBD, schools and more. The listing is with David Sullivan (+61 447 070 595) of One Percent Property Sales. Price guide $699,995; onepercent.com.au

 

4/22 Worden Street, Morningside, QLD 

Perfectly balancing a low-maintenance lifestyle with features of a much larger property, this dual level residence brings immaculate interiors and excellent entertaining options.

Details like polished timber flooring, crisp white colour palette and plantation shutters are accompaniments to the home’s 3-bedroom, 2-bedroom, 1-garage – intelligent layout.

The ground floor sees a spacious open-plan living and dining area with a modern kitchen, that extends towards the connecting alfresco area and leads to an exclusive fully fenced grassed courtyard featuring established gardens.

The master bedroom encompasses a walk-in robe, stylish ensuite, while two additional bedrooms are fitted with built-in robes.

Minutes from Morningside train station and Cannon Hill Kmart Plaza, the home is nearby to the fashionable Oxford Street and Hawthorne Ferry Terminal.

The property is to go to auction, with listing agent Tammy Dale (+61 407 120 099) of Place Bulimba overseeing the listing. Eplace.com

 

2/54 Miskin Street, Toowong, Qld

This tri-level townhouse is in a class of its own. Sleeks lines and a superb fit-out are just part of the build as the property boasts a relaxed ambience throughout with abundant natural light and ventilation.

The indoor-outdoor layout is afforded via dual sets of French doors that open out to a private entertainer’s terrace overlooking the lush, landscaped gardens.

Further a spacious designer kitchen – featuring smart storage, capacity, stainless steel quality appliances, dishwasher, large breakfast bar.

Upstairs, the top-level offers three generous sized bedrooms, two with access to the front veranda, while the master boasts private ensuite. Additional bedrooms are serviced by a central bathroom.

Entertainment surrounds with Toowong and Indooroopilly shopping centres moments away and the residence centrally located to parks, universities, schools and transport directly to Brisbane CBD.

The listing is with Chris Gower (+61 438 882 780) of Gower Property Group; gowerpropertygroup.com.au

 

 

3 Kelly Lane, Norman Park, QLD

Very rarely do opportunities like this become available to the market. Here, the 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom, 2 car garage freehold terrace in Norman Park is elevated on a low-maintenance block of 150sqm.

Fitted with parquet flooring, stone benchtops, in the kitchen, ceiling fans throughout, open plan living areas and city views.

The home is split into two levels, with the bedrooms, including the master suite – complete with ensuite and private balcony – residing on the upper level.

Downstairs, the living area flows out to a private courtyard, while the dining space and kitchen open towards the landscaped alfresco dining area.

The listing is for auction with Henry Hodge of Henry Hodge Real Estate (+61 0404 430 327); henryhodge.com.au

 

 

31/153 Lambert Street, Kangaroo Point, Qld

Step inside this stylish sub-penthouse with river views ideally located in the Kangaroo Point hub and experience all Brisbane’s inner-city lifestyle has to offer.

Designed with both relaxed living and entertaining firmly in mind, the 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom, 2-car parking apartment’s open plan living areas are privy to floor-to ceiling glass opening to the outdoor balcony.

Further, the apartment boasts a full-length entertainer’s balcony overlooking the Brisbane river, a functional kitchen with stainless steel appliances connected to open plan tiled dining and living areas.

Elsewhere the main bedroom is fitted with a study nook and access to the balcony, while two other good size bedrooms round out the apartment.

The apartment also has access to a lap pool and communal entertaining area.

Minutes away from the river boardwalk and greenery of Mowbray park, the residence has access to the best restaurants, shops and entertainment in Kangaroo Point and the CBD.

The property is heading to auction with Harcourts Homeside Pattie Steele (+61 402 908 271) the listing. Homeside.harcourts.com.au

 

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