South Brisbane
5E/46 Merivale Street

Features

  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Carspaces: 2
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Sold Off-Market to our database!

Do you want to know about the perfect property becoming available to buy before all the other thousands of potential buyers see the home when it goes online? The successful buyer of this gorgeous town home in Terrace Row was one of a group of buyers that we contacted and showed this home to before it even was available to the open market. Happy Sellers and Happy Buyers!
They will get to enjoy the peace and privacy of a house plus the city location and low maintenance of a near new residence! Tucked away from the main roads, this architect-designed 3 level home is set among lush, green gardens and offers spacious, modern living at South Bank.

– Gorgeous timber flooring and high quality finishes
– Entire top floor master suite is the perfect retreat!
– Fully ducted Mitsubishi air-conditioning and heating
– Large covered deck in your private courtyard
– Well-equipped with extra cupboards

The “Terrace Row” town-homes are part of the “SW1” precinct that is known for its fresh, green gardens – a true oasis, with a handful of high-end homes, offices and a popular retail pulse-point of cafes and fresh food. It’s an award-winning urban design at the doorstep of some of the city’s most desirable amenities!

– Inner city living but with privacy and quiet: there’s just 38 townhomes
– SW1 Kitchen and the IGA market are right next door, so convenient but a little bit tempting!
– Stroll over to QPAC to catch a show, soak up the South Bank lifestyle and be less than a kilometre to Queen Street Mall
– Enjoy the cafes and markets in West End, only 600m away
– A beautifully presented building surrounded by sub-tropical gardens for relaxation and a breath of fresh air
– Part of the Brisbane State High Catchment

Terrace Row town-homes rarely hit the market and have an ideal location and unique building style.

Property Code: 1866