Four bedroom period Bowen Hills house sold for $1.475 million

Four bedroom period Bowen Hills house sold for $1.475 million
Four bedroom period Bowen Hills house sold for $1.475 million

A four bedroom period BOWEN HILLS house has been sold for $1.475 million making it Brisbane’s most expensive weekend auction sale.

Located at 31 Cintra Road, the home on the 810 sqm block had been held by the family for around nine decades.

It was sold for the first time since its construction in 1925.

It is situated on a corner block with two street access and is ready for renovation.

Original features are present throughout the property such as high ceilings and timber floors.

There are four bedrooms and two bathrooms along with a formal lounge and separate dining room.

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The kitchen has views and there is also a sitting room with direct access to the backyard.

The spacious veranda has lattice-work timber screens overlooking an expansive backyard.

Other feature includes undercover parking for four cars.

The property has views to Mt Coot-tha and is within walking distance to Gasworks, Emporium and James Street with all their shops, restaurants and public transport.

The property was offered through LJ Hooker agents Brett Greensill and Jermaine Jones.

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