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This heritage listed home is the epitome of lasting quality and timeless Queensland style.
Designed by famed architect Robin Dods and constructed in 1912, 'Kitawah' stands as a testament to 100 years of East Brisbane history and is now offered on the market for the first time in 43 years.
Recognised as one of Dods's most sophisticated domestic designs, this home aims to evoke an emotional response from the first moment.
A double staircase ascends to a swathing veranda that wraps around the front of the home - an earmark of the classic Queenslander design and the perfect indication of the tradition that lies within.
The front foyer sets the tone for the rest of the home, giving way to a sprawling floor plan with designated yet flowing formal and casual rooms.
To the right a sitting room, complete with window seat, leads through sliding doors to a spacious living area centred around a classic Dods fireplace.
An extensive hallway provides access to three spacious bedrooms before opening out to a massive dining area adjacent to the kitchen.
Smaller rooms scattered throughout provide delightful surprises around every corner, waiting to be utilised
|[*] Registered as Qld Heritage, more information|
|[04 Mar 2015] Demolition, Heritage Place (LHP), Heritage Place (QHP), Dwelling House|
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