A true piece of Queensland history built in 1932. The period features of this home, captures your imagination from the moment you enter the front doors, with its timeless ornate plaster ceilings and silky oak paneling, polished 6-inch honey pine flooring, V'J walls, Lead Light windows and 3metre ceilings, complete with art deco era light fittings and the home has been freshly painted inside and out.
If you are looking to make your mark on restoring and expanding a Queenslander home in Holland Park, then you will not find a better property in a more unique location. The current owner has recently drafted plans for a major renovation which includes raising the home to the allowable 9.5mtrs, and quadrupling its floor area. An unplanned redundancy has thrown a spanner in the works, and he can no longer see through with his dream for this magnificent home. An opportunity is now available for a family looking to own a home in one of the best locations on the southside of Brisbane, a family looking to build a lifetime of memories and enjoy the next era in the life of this grand home, somewhere safe, somewhere prestigious.
Located in one of Holland Park's most exclusive enclaves "Percival Terrace" this home not only offers a prime blue chip location, it offers magical expansive city views from the rear. It is only 80 metres to one of Brisbane's best State Primary Schools, HPPS, and a short walk to Loreto College Coorparoo, At the bottom of the hill are express buses to and from the city and is literally a 3min drive to Coles in Greenslopes, or 5 minutes to Woolworths, Aldi and Coles in Coorparoo. The homes central location will see you parked in the city in 10 minutes. This is a home that has stood the test of time and for 86 years old it's in remarkable condition and just shows you how well this home has been cared for throughout its life. The drone footage captured from the back of the home, shows its proximity to Brisbane's key landmarks and the diversity within our suburbs.
Close to Transport
Close to Shops
Close to Schools