They Don’t Build Them Like This Anymore!
The quality of this building shines through, and really, these 1970’s-style apartments are a genuine alternative to buying a house for many people looking for options at a more affordable level. Entry level houses in New Farm now well and truly exceeds a million dollars asking price, so you can see why many first home buyers and downsizers consider apartments. This leads to a question of size and potential, and naturally location is a critical factor. At 166sqm, this 3 bedroom apartment plus multi-purpose or 4th bedroom certainly has room to move – plenty of space. The potential of further renovation is an option, although this apartment is updated and the presentation is immaculate. Moreton Street is one of New Farm’s best streets, with a tree-lined avenue and is within easy walking distance to restaurants, shops and public transport.
• Lock up garage and separate storage room that doubles as a man shed/workshop.
• North east facing balconies for brightness and cross flow ventilation, north west facing balcony is secured with aluminium sliding shutters.
• Interesting New Farm vistas, including city skyline and Holy Spirit church spire.
• Eat-in family kitchen, with separate entrance.
The New Farm property market continues to flourish as it remains the most desirable and liveable suburb in Brisbane. The long term holding of this apartment by its current owners, which is the same for their neighbours, means opportunities to buy into this building have been extremely limited over many decades. This is your chance to secure a blue chip ‘seventies’ apartment today.