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60's ARCHITECTURAL MASTERPIECE

Lot 1, 33 Katunga Street, Kenmore
For Sale For Sale
House
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • 2 Car spaces
  • 776 sq metres
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Luke Heeremans
07 3378 8284
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Inspection Times

Sat 17 Nov 3:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Description

Calling out for a renovator, large family or astute investor! Architecturally designed by Robin Gibson in 1963, this fantastic home is offered to the market for sale for the first time in over 50 years.

Robin Gibson was the architect at the helm of many renowned commercial projects such as the QPAC Theatre, the Queensland Cultural Centre and many more local landmarks.

Featuring a unique timeless layout, the wide central staircase creates the heart of the design and a welcoming ambience. The spacious ground level has two generous bedrooms both with built-ins and plenty of under house storage. Completing the first floor is a separate entertaining space or living area with kitchenette and a bathroom which could easily be used as a granny flat or a teenager's retreat.

The upper level includes the master bedroom and three good sized bedrooms on the western side, and a good sized bathroom and laundry. The main living areas and a large expansive entertaining courtyard are designed to be central to capture the indoor outdoor living. On the north side of the house to maximize cross flow ventilation and optimize the beautiful views of the parklands.

Located in a highly sought after area in Kenmore close to schools, bus stops and local amenities this architectural masterpiece is in need of a new family to love it and restore it to last for a further 50 years to come.

Call the team at 4069 today for viewing times.

FEATURES:

- 5 bedrooms
- Study nook
- Northern aspect and views
- Unique one of a kind architectural design
- Large 776m2 block
- Central Kenmore location
- Close to bus stops

Call the team at 4069 Real Estate today on (07) 3378 8284 for viewing times.

Features

Courtyard
Fully Fenced
Outdoor Entertainment Area
Built-in Wardrobes
Study