King of the hill in sought-after West End

King of the hill in sought-after West End
King of the hill in sought-after West End

One of Brisbane’s special inner-city properties is on the market.

The 810sq m elevated north-facing West End home has views of Queensland’s capital, from Mt Coot-tha across to the CBD.

Ray White New Farm agent Matt Lancashire has the listing of 35 and 37 Whynot Street.

King of the hill in sought-after West End

“Whynot St is known to be the most prestigious street in West End, and West End is one of the most prestigious suburbs in Brisbane.”

Tim and Annie Massurit purchased 35 and 37 Whynot St five years ago, when it was a large Queenslander in need of renovation.

The couple relied on architect plans already drawn to create their dream home on 35 Whynot St, leaving the vacant land next door as space for their two children to play.

“It took about a year to build,” Mr Massurit said.

An appealing cottage street front aesthetic hides a contemporary double-storey residence which includes four large bedrooms, an office or fifth bedroom, 2.5 bathrooms, sprawling rear decks and a beautiful pool with an outdoor shower.

The master bedroom is positioned on the top floor, with three bedrooms on the lower level along with the garage and outdoor pool area.

A low-maintenance house, it is ideal for parties which have tended to spill into the 405sq m turfed and fenced neighbouring plot.

“We were going to develop next door and started on plans but circumstances changed,” Mr Massurit said.

“It’s nice rolling grass and fantastic for football games, trampolines and swings.

“The front is locked so the only access to the land is via the house.”

King of the hill in sought-after West End

Families are lured by its proximity to Brisbane State High, Somerville House, Anglican Church Grammar School and Brisbane Grammar.

“It’s also fantastic real estate for doctors due to the fact it’s surrounded by the Mater Hospital, Wesley Hospital and Princess Alexandra Hospital,” Mr Lancashire said.

Mr Lancashire is accepting expressions of interest with a closing date of Friday, August 4.

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