House for sale
18 Darvall Street,
3 2 6
Offer Over $1,000,000
Designed by Dr Hawkins, This Architecturally Stunning Executive Residence Could Be YoursThis stunning executive residence on a huge 794m2 block gives you a chance to own a piece of the area's history. Being designed and built by Professor Hawkins who was the Dean of Architecture at the nearby University of Queensland, St Lucia Campus. As you enter the property via remote control gate, to your remote double car garage, you can be forgiven in thinking that the outside world just disappeared.
The private home is spread over three levels and has been designed to be as connected to the outdoors as possible. With extensive use of glass within the main dining and lounge areas to enhance the outlook over the tree tops, it truly creates a private oasis. With modern appliance and gas cooktop, you'll be able to entertain to your hearts content and take advantage of opening the home up from the dining and lounge area to a huge deck looking into the tree tops.
Upstairs is fully carpeted with three bedrooms all with built-in wardrobes and a separate bathroom and toilet room. The master bedroom again showcases the attention to detail with beautiful full length windows to bring the outdoors into the room. With a central VacuMaid system, Ducted air-conditioning and rainwater tanks for the garden, you have all the modern conveniences at your finger tips.
Perfectly located, only minutes from Brisbane CBD, University of Queensland, public and private primary & secondary schools and Indooroopilly shopping centre. With public transport located only a couple of hundred meters away, makes this location very accommodating for the working executive to commute into the city.
Beautifully appointed through out, there's nothing to do but move in and call this private executive residence your own.
Call to Coronis to inspect today.
Designed by Professor Hawkins
Modern appliances with gas cooktop
Private and secure executive residence
Central vacuum system
Last updated: 04:02AM on Aug 9th 2014