If there’s one thing the suburb of Dutton Park has in spades, it’s history. The leafy streets are lined with historic homes bursting to the seams with character, and the opportunity to add your own personal touch to the suburb only comes about once in a blue moon. However, that’s precisely what 178 Annerley Road presents, with 624sqm of potential you’ll be itching to get your hands on. Whether you decide to preserve some of the existing character of the home or really treat the place as a blank canvas for your own vision, this three-bedroom, one-bathroom home is guaranteed to spark your imagination at first glance.
If you get excited at the thought of getting your hands dirty alone, you’ll have to pick your jaw up off the floor when you realise the sheer perfection of this home’s location. Nestled away in the heart of Dutton Park, you’ll be within walking distance to Southbank and right by the new Cross River rail line at Dutton Park train station. If you have kids, you’ll be thrilled to learn that you’re within the Brisbane South State Secondary School catchment, with the prestigious school standing just minutes from your front door.
Taking afternoon walks along the Brisbane River, enjoying picturesque views of UQ campus across the river.
Living right by the M3, perfect for quick getaways for a weekend at Byron Bay.
Being moments away from the Boggo Road busway, which leaves you spoilt for choice when it comes to public transport.
Teeing off on a Sunday morning at the Brisbane Golf Club, located just minutes down the road.
Taking a short drive to the Kangaroo Point cliffs to enjoy a charcuterie board and a glass of bubbly while watching the sun set over the city skyline.
Take a stroll down to Southbank on a Friday, Saturday, or Sunday night to take in the handmade goods at the Collective Markets. Why not pop into Popolo Italian Kitchen and Bar on your way back for an aperitif and some delicious woodfire pizza?