Quiet, 2bdr unit, easy access to City, SouthBank, UQ and West End.
Annerley QLD Australia
3 Car spaces
1 Car available
Simultaneous Non-simultaneous Non-reciprocal Hospitality
Listed May 2019
We live in a quiet unit in a 6-block bring apartment on the Dutton Park/Annerley border. Close to a train station, bus stops, grocery stores, bike trails, the Brisbane River Corso and only a 5-10 min drive to West End, SouthBank or the City. Main attractions closeby are the Gabba, Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, UQ St Lucia Campus, and South Bank.
2bdr, 1bth with a living room and deck. Polished concrete floors, modern furnishings and simple interior. This place has everything you need for a weekend away. Main bedroom has a king bed. Second bedroom has an Ikea bed that works as a single or can be extended to make a King. The unit has a garage with electric remote door. In the garage is a washer and a large clothes line.
1st floor of a 2 floor unit block. 2 small flights of stairs to get to the unit.
Suitable for infants under 2
Suitable for children ages 2-12
Pets not allowed
Dutton Park is on the South side of Brisbane City. Dutton Park train station is very closeby.
Annerley is an older town nearby with a few opp shops (thrift stores) and vintage/antique stores.
Wooloongabba is a short bike ride or bus away with loads of cool bars and of course the Gabba if you want to catch a concert, cricket or watch the Brisbane Lions play. Stone's Corner is right around the corner with a hip music/restaurant/vintage sort of vibe. Brisbane Corso is a short walk away with parks and lookouts for picnics, and a lovely pathway for walking or biking to see some of the big rich houses on the riverfront. If you like biking, there are plenty of bikeways nearby connecting you to parks of the outer suburbs in one direction, and the city/South Bank in the other.
10-15min walk to Woolworths or Sam Coco's grocery store
If we do simultaneous swap, you can borrow our car
Loads of transit options very nearby
We also have bikes you may borrow if you are familiar with how to use road bikes