Overlooking a peaceful vista

PEACE and tranquility are just a few words that spring to mind as you gaze upon all that this spectacular Barellan Point property has to offer.

Perched high and overlooking the Brisbane River, this stylish three-bedroom home has glorious views and was unaffected during the 1974, 2011 and 2013 flood events.

Representing not just a home but a way of life, this quality property caters for everyone. If you are an avid golfer, there is even room to tee off here.

You will also find a large entertainment area and sparkling in-ground pool.

The main bedroom features a walk-in robe and well-appointed ensuite with french doors which lead to pool area.

The tasteful new kitchen has plenty of cupboard and bench space and includes a breakfast bar.

Keep comfortable throughout the year with a wood heater and split-system air-conditioner in the large, separate family room.

The generous-sized dining room is also located separate to the living areas.

There is even the ultimate man cave or teenage retreat, complete with a media area and air-conditioned pool room.

With immaculately maintained lawns and gardens, and what can only be described as breathtaking views of the Brisbane River, what are you waiting for?

 

AT A GLANCE

WHERE: 70 Leichhardt Crescent, Barellan Point

AUCTION: Friday, June 28, at 2.30pm at Ipswich International Hotel

LAND SIZE: 5777sq m

FEATURES:

  • Three bedrooms
  • Two bathrooms
  • Modern kitchen
  • Separate family and dining rooms
  • Magnificent entertaining area with in-ground pool
  • Overlooks Brisbane River

AGENT: Ray White Ipswich

CONTACT: Neil Mundy on 0409 893 842

INSPECT: Today at 10-10.45am and Sunday between 1.30-2.15pm



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