Queensland: Inner city resort style living

Queensland: Inner city resort style living

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5 Bedrooms
Sleeps 7
3 Bathrooms

About our home

This classic 1930s home has been newly transformed into a wonderful inner city oasis. Rarely found in the city, this property has direct access to adjoining parkland. Adults will love the beautiful outlook and the peaceful surroundings and children will adore the open space and activities.

The home boasts 5 bedrooms - two rooms have large queen-sized beds, a further two rooms have single beds and a fifth bedroom/study has a double sized fold out sofa bed. Two large, separate indoor living areas are the perfect places to relax, if you are not enjoying the sunny, breezy outdoor living. Queensland is known for its warm summers and mild winters, but with fully ducted air conditioning and heating you will always be comfortable.

Love to cook? You will feel at home in the large open kitchen with butlers pantry, freestanding cooker, built-in fully automatic coffee machine and dishwasher. You may however prefer to cook outdoors and use the integrated gas barbecue, or fire up the wood-fired pizza oven. Either way you can choose to dine at the formal dining table, gather casually at the oversized island bench in the kitchen, or relax at the 10 seater outdoor dining table. If you prefer to dine out, it's an easy walk to cafes and restaurants.

With a generous sized backyard and sparkling inground pool, you might not want to venture far from home, but if you do the local bus stop is just a short walk away, and from there you can be in the city or at Southbank within ten minutes, where you will find fabulous museums, art galleries, shopping, restaurants and bars.

By car you are only 40 minutes to amazing theme parks and many hiking and sightseeing spots. Camp Hill, Brisbane, is perfectly positioned between the Gold Coast and the Sunshine Coast, so in just an hour you can be either north or south to enjoy a wide range of Queensland's famous beaches.

You will fall in love with our four gorgeous little silkie bantam chickens. Just five minutes of effort per day will reward you with eggs for your breakfast and cuddles if you desire!

If you're requesting a swap or a booking, please include in your request who/how many people are in your group. Thank you!

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More about us

  1. We are a couple with children aged 13, 11 and 9. We love Australia but are keen to show our children different parts of the world.

  2. Brad and I both work in the commercial property industry. We are kept busy with our childrens' sporting & music activities. We enjoy boating and outdoor living.

  3. We are non-smokers. We promise to take good care of your home.

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Camp Hill is a leafy, pretty suburb located just six kilometres from the central business district and 30 minutes drive from Brisbane International Airport. To find out more about what Brisbane has to offer, check out https://www.visitbrisbane.com.au/ .

Buzzy restaurants
Ze Pickle (gourmet burgers), Picnic (breakfast & lunch), Martha Street Kitchen (pizza), Cinco Bistro (fine dining)
Cool bars
Beyond the Pale (many craft beers and great food)
Cozy cafés
Ashton & Old, In A Pickle
Retail therapy
Locally there is Sunday Society (for the home) and Stylefast (women's fashion) but only ten minute's drive away is a large shopping centre with department stores and cinemas.
Bit of culture
Museums, the theatre and art galleries are all located in nearby Southbank.
Walks in the park
The home adjoins a beautiful neighbourhood park, but if you venture further afield you can climb to the top of Mt Cootha for a beautiful view of Brisbane, or drive half an hour away to walk along the ocean at Moreton Bay
Spot of exercise
swim, run, ride, kick a ball, swing a bat, shoot hoops - the options are endless!
Day tripping
Gold Coast or Sunshine Coast for the beach, hinterland areas for bushwalking, many local brisbane markets, catch the ferry to Stradbroke Island.

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