THIS immaculately-presented Queenslander on a large 1012sq m block has all the signature features of a Queenslander, with casement windows with tinted panels, tongue and groove walls, high ceilings and black bean timber floors.
Ray White Cairns South agent Therese Plath said the four bedroom property at
57 Riverstone Road, Gordonvale, had great views to the landmark Pyramid mountain.
“It is a picture perfect highset character Queenslander,” she said.
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“The property has two street access and plenty of room for a swimming pool or a shed.”
It has oodles of street appeal with tall, shady and established trees and tropical plants.
On the first level is the open plan living area, kitchen and three oversized bedrooms, an office and storage room.
The two smaller rooms could easily be converted to a fourth bedroom.
The renovated kitchen by Granite Transformations is an inspiring culinary haven with sleek cabinetry and quality appliances.
French doors open to a wide timber entertaining deck through French doors.
Downstairs has potential as a family room, second living area, teenager’s retreat or home office.
It has a modern bathroom and plenty of extra storage area.
Offers over $598,000 will be considered.
Gordonvale is among Cairns’ most affordable suburbs with a median of $450,000 and 119 houses sold in 12 months to November 2022.
The median price has risen 14.6 per cent over that time.