Sold $782,000

40 Drysdale Street, Mount Ommaney QLD 4074

Owners have purchased another Property and are committed to Sell!!!


Commanding an exclusive position and set on park-like grounds, this spacious federation style home enjoys breathtaking views over the beautiful Gertrude McLeod Country Club.

Situated at the end of a private and secluded driveway, this residence exudes timeless appeal with all the refinements of a modern family home. Stylish classic interiors offer a separate formal living and dining room boasting a stunning fireplace. The tasteful timber kitchen features quality appliances and adjoins a casual dining area that flows seamlessly to the large rumpus room with built in bar.

An expansive outdoor area overlooks the inground swimming pool and further showcases the wonderful panorama. A large study is located at the entry to the home – perfect for those that work from home. Upstairs are four generous bedrooms, the master boasting a walk in robe and ensuite with private spa bath. The master bath features three way practicality and is complemented by an extra powder room downstairs.

Features are abundant and include intercom, alarm system, water tank, spacious laundry, remote double lock up garage, air-conditioning, ceiling fans, garden shed and a level yard with room for children and pets to play. Located in one of Mount Ommaney’s most desirable streets and nestled amongst other prestigious homes – this property is located close to transport, shopping, medical and schools. Don’t delay inspecting this wonderful family home.

Omar Hamid
Licensed Real Estate Agent
Property Features
  • House
  • 4 bed
  • 2 bath
  • 2 Parking Spaces
  • Land is 1,148 m²
  • Ensuite
  • 2 Garage
  • Remote Garage
  • Study
  • Dishwasher
  • Built In Robes
  • Rumpus Room
  • Broadband
  • Outdoor Entertaining
  • Open Fire Place
  • Split System Aircon
  • Reverse Cycle Aircon
  • Fully Fenced
Street View

About 4074

Prior to the commencement of planning for Hooker’s Centenary Project in 1959, the area was largely used for grazing and dairy farming. The area was severely damaged in the 1974 floods, including structural damage to the Centenary Bridge after a…

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