Heritage Queenslander up for grabs in prestige Brisbane neighbourhood
25 Baldwin St, Ascot.High ceilings, polished hardwood floors and leadlight windows highlight the residence’s traditional beauty, while ducted airconditioning and down lighting provide contemporary sophistication. 25 Baldwin St, Ascot.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home4 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor4 hours agoA long hallway creates a natural flow through the first floor, with three bedrooms positioned on one side, as well as a shared bathroom with a shower and bathtub. All three bedrooms have built-in wardrobes, VJ walls, carpet and double casement windows. The main living area is centred around a modern kitchen with sleek timber cabinetry, Caesarstone benchtops, Miele appliances and a breakfast bar. It connects to surrounding dining and lounge rooms. 25 Baldwin St, Ascot.NESTLED on a tree-lined street, this heritage Queenslander is one of those up for grabs this weekend. The five bedroom, two bathroom, double garage home with pool exudes elegance from its white facade to its spacious, airy living zones.The property at 25 Baldwin St, Ascot, is within easy walking distance of Racecourse Rd restaurants, and close to the Brisbane CBD and airport. Established gardens encircle the front of the residence, which invites entry into the first floor via a classic timber staircase and covered veranda with decorative balustrade. 25 Baldwin St, Ascot.Timber-framed glass doors open out onto a sprawling covered rear deck with northeast suburban vistas and tiles. Stairs lead down to the European-inspired pool, which is surrounded by hedges and has a paved area with established gardens.Boasting its own porched entry, the ground floor has polished floors and numerous windows. The central living room is a flexible entertaining space with access to the pool and rear patio. 25 Baldwin St, Ascot.Two bedrooms share a bathroom, accessible through a large laundry with external access. Another entry with storage closets leads out to the double carport. Ray White New Farm agent Damon Lewis said this house was well-suited to young families, thanks to its separated living areas, NBN broadband and option of further development. “Perfectly located in the most prestigious pocket of beautiful Ascot, this colonial Queenslander offers impressive family space, elegance and convenience to all local amenities,” he said. Inspections will be held from 11.30am (Saturday June 17) with the auction to begin at noon.