Roaring 20s Queenslander sold with horse stables and 1ha of land

first_imgA window seat to curl up in with a good book.The owners retained period fixtures and fittings and decorative panelling throughout the home, including a nostalgic window seat in the main bedroom.The “country kitchen” blended classic cabinetry with modern additions such as stainless steel appliances and pendant lighting.It was listed as having a separate studio/retreat “providing an alternative area for family or guests. 396 Mount Crosby Road, Anstead, Qld 4070A ROARING 20s Queenslander has sold for a third more than its owners paid a decade ago – complete with two sets of horse stables and a hectare of land.Built during a decade when American women first got the vote and Bing Crosby released his first single, the home is a testament to the classics.It was described it as a “lovely Queenslander circa 1920” in a very picturesque location in a listing by agent Ty Babbidge of Brisbane Real Estate Indooroopilly. One set of stables near the property’s dam. The 1Ha property has its own stables and paddocks.The four bedroom, two bathroom home at 396 Mount Crosby Road, Anstead, sold for $830,000, which was $201,000 more than its owners had paid in 2007.It features landscaped gardens, an inground, saltwater pool, four fully fenced paddocks, two sets of horse stables, a dam, a four car garage and electric entrance gate for security and privacy. “Nestled among mature shade trees, this beautifully renovated home retains all the character of high ceilings, hardwood floors, wide verandas, VJ walls, and leadlight windows.” The country kitchen is delightful. 396 Mount Crosby Road, Anstead, Qld 4070 Wide verandas and french doors.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus23 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market23 hours agolast_img

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