first_img14/41 Racecourse Rd, Hamilton“Beautifully located in the heart of one of Brisbane’s finest lifestyle precincts, this incredibly unique early 1900s converted penthouse offers the incoming purchaser a perfect balance of style, character volume and location,” Mr Wortley said.“The expansive living, dining and entertaining spaces boast rare volume, with soaring ceilings and abundant Queenslander proportions that flow nicely to the vast balcony. “The three bedrooms are all of generous size, with the study well placed for separation from the main kitchen and living areas, and there is an abundance of storage throughout.” HM 14/41 Racecourse Rd, HamiltonCentrally located is the dining room, which opens to the front balcony, and the kitchen, which includes an island bench, a dishwasher and gas cooktop. Nearby is a laundry, along with the main bathroom, which is also finished in stylish Travertine.Other features of the apartment include ducted airconditioning, upgraded LED down lighting, privacy shutters, two side-by-side car parking spaces and a secure entrance.Agent Brandon Wortley said the apartment boasted house-like proportions and had been immaculately maintained. 14/41 Racecourse Rd, HamiltonOn entry through a spacious covered balcony, a hallway leads to a bedroom on the left and a bedroom on the right, both with access through double doors to the outside space, and one with built-in wardrobes.The main bedroom in the apartment enjoys privacy towards the rear left of the level, and comes with built-in wardrobes and a Travertine ensuite. More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home3 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor9 hours agoIt also connects through double doors to an open-plan lounge and living room, which then adjoins a study with custom shelving.center_img 14/41 Racecourse Rd, HamiltonBUILT in the early 1900s, Bogarella Villawas one of the original homes of the area, and still retains its character and kerbside appeal.Redeveloped in 1999 into a low-rise complex of 14 apartments, Warraby Apartments blends timeless style with a location close to cafes, restaurants and other inner-city conveniences.Set on 250sq m, apartment 14 is the largest of the residences, with features including a neutral colour scheme, original VJ walls, polished timber flooring, high ornate stamped ceilings and classic stained-glass windows.last_img

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