Being one of the original homes of the Brassall area and originally owned by the same person that the street is named after. (First sold by Mr Thomas Chester way back on the 6th of May 1952). A little hard to date but she could be around 80years "young". Positioned on beautiful 809 sqm block surrounded by quality character homes, it would be worth restoring, remodeling or maybe even removing. A few good options available with this one, inquiries to Ipswich city council suggest that you could easily remove the dwelling and build your dream home (would make the perfect spot for a modern colonial style residence) or set up a dual occupancy or maybe do a basic renovation and land bank it for future development.
The property its-self is in an overall pretty good condition for its age, the roof doesn't leak and it sits on concrete stumps. Yes it needs a good paint job both inside and out and maybe a new bathroom. The eat-in kitchen is a good size with timber style cabinets and still very functional as it is. Offering three genuine bedrooms and a small formal lounge, nothing fancy, just typical of homes of this era.
The obvious value here is the land, very hard to find land of this size in such a sought after suburb. Being centrally located in Brassall means all the conveniences are nearby, major shopping centre, numerous schools, major food outlets and easy access to the Brisbane/Toowoomba highway. The block is flood free and has no encumbrances or easements effecting it.
The owner is finalizing the estate and has priced this to sell on a as is, where is bases, come have a look and check it out, this could be the one you've been waiting for.