One Bedroom Villa with Office - Kooralbyn - For Sale #010942
Lot Size: 60m2
Garage/Car Space: 1
Year Built: 1985
Unit 1030, 2-28 Yulgibar Close KOORALBYN, QLD 4285
Wimbledon Villas (Community Title Scheme 21755) comprises 50 lots on individual group title plans, 50 parking spaces, manicured and maintained gardens, lawns, common areas and a fenced pool area with push-button electric barbecues for residents to use.
Lot 30 on plan GTP758—referred to as Unit 1030—comprises the unit itself, a private courtyard and a parking space; its land parcel extends north-northwest to the drop of the unit’s gutter, and south-southeast to the extent of the patio area.
From the car park, down a common path below overhanging trees, a set of natural stone steps leads to the front door; the private courtyard is to the left.
A recently installed Stratco Colorbond patio cover spans the full six-metre width of the unit and full depth of the tiled area. Tiles cover most of the covered area with river rock covering the rest. The lawn and gardens are maintained by the complex’s gardening contractor.
Interior space measures 6x6m (36m²) on the ground floor. This comprises approximately 3m² of lounge area, 3m² of office/dining, a 3m² kitchen and 3m² bathroom/storage/utilities. There are two bedrooms upstairs.
LOUNGE AND STORAGE
Plenty of natural light streams in through half-height windows dressed in full-height block-out curtains. Fly screens on the window and front door allow excellent ventilation; opening both the front and back doors provides a pleasant breeze and enables the sounds of nature to fill the space. To the left upon entry are drawers and two sets of closets with clothes rails, providing heaps of storage.
Snug-fitting shelving units in the lounge look built-in but could be easily removed, should the buyer wish. The TV shown in is 32″; a 50″ TV was previously installed in the same space and measurements indicate that a 65″ would fit without a problem.
U-shaped kitchen has plenty of bench space with copious storage underneath. The kitchen’s brick wall is shared with the adjoining unit as a duplex. A free-standing pantry cupboard is on the central wall. The buyer may prefer to place a small table and chairs here instead.
A vaulted ceiling lends a sense of openness. Wall-mounted shelves leave the preparation areas free of clutter.
The double sink, under the three-metre-wide feature window, makes washing the dishes a pleasant experience. On the side wall, a free-standing oven sits snugly between the counter and a wheeled butcher’s trolley (easy to remove/replace) next to the good-sized fridge space.
The office/study area sports a double-width office desk with funky red legs and brackets, ADSL connectivity and space for a bookcase or cabinet next to the stairs. There is more storage with shelves below the kitchen counter.
A split-system reverse-cycle air conditioner is ideally placed to economically control the climate of the entire ground floor, all year round.
The dining table shown can be unfolded to seat four people in comfort; a 4-6 person table would also work in this space.
Full-height block-out curtains are used at the rear sliding door. When pulled back, light and fresh air flood in from the huge, 1.5-metre-wide door.
A step-through shower/bath with an exterior sliding glass door opening to the unit’s private courtyard. There is a custom vanity, space for both a full-sized washer and dryer, separate toilet and extra utility storage.
The courtyard has wooden decking, two marine-grade (rust-proof) clothesline cables and a sturdy steel shelving unit for storage.
The landing overlooks the ground floor dining area, with a half-height balustrade for safety. The main bedroom’s bright red door is fitted with flush-mounted handles and locking latch, allowing the door to sit flush against the wall when fully opened.
The designated office room is currently used as a second bedroom and accommodates a queen bed, clothing racks and two sets of drawers, with additional storage where the pitched ceiling meets the floor.