This beautiful Queenslander on Primrose Terrace has all of the charming street appeal of a traditional Queenslander with wrap-around verandah, wide frontage framed by a white picket fence and established gardens.
This house has been renovated to include a mezzanine library which overlooks the void and living spaces. I’ve always had reservations about some Queenslander renovations – I prefer a renovation that keeps with the traditional look and feel of the original home. However, today’s home is one where I thought that I wouldn’t like the new addition to the old home. But I actually really, really like it. I love that so much of the home still looks and feels traditional and while the extension is more modern, it is filled with light and windows and open space.
This is what the listing says:
With soaring ceilings and walls of glass, the open plan kitchen, dining and living area is filled with light and flow-through breezes.
North facing covered deck, perfect for outdoor entertaining.
Eating and living spaces
Mezzanine library overlooking the void and living spaces.
Sizable kitchen with walk in pantry, induction cooking, integrated dishwasher, study nook and large island with bench seating.
This space really sells it to me. I am obsessed with that window that completely opens up.
The great outdoors
Expansive backyard oasis with established gardens and trees, plenty of room for the kids and pets to play.
Sparkling in ground pool and 2 x 5000L water tanks.
Direct access via private back gate to sought-after Ithaca Creek State School.
A view from the top
The floor plan
Primrose Terrance is not for sale. She was last sold in October 2021 for $3.345m by Marianne Hewitt of Place West. It is a five bedroom, three bathroom home on 1,109sqm. The address is 49 Primrose Terrace, Red Hill 4058. The old listing is here.
Looking for other Red Hills Queenslanders? I loved this one when beige was all the rage.