Kalinga 24 Bertha Street
Families desiring the charm of a traditional Queenslander combined with the modern style and contemporary design in one of Brisbane's most attractive and tightly held residential pockets need look no further than 24 Bertha Street, Kalinga. Elegantly sprawled across an expansive 871 sqm block, this stunning family residence provides a spacious sanctuary with unrivalled entertaining and living zones.
Upon arrival, you will be welcomed by the beautifully landscaped front garden and grand staircase leading up to the entrance of the home. Behind the front door, the central hallway leads you to a magnificent entertainer's kitchen, forming the heart of this impressive family home. The living, dining, and family rooms seamlessly flow out onto the covered veranda through gorgeous bi-fold doors, providing a central hub. The deck overlooks a private rear garden & tranquil inground pool providing the perfect space for year-round family gatherings. This level accommodates the master suite, with his and hers walk-in robes and ensuite complete with stand-alone bath, separate shower, toilet and dual sinks. A study/office is privately positioned in the front of the home, with French doors opening out onto the front balcony, providing a quiet space for kids to do their homework or for professionals to work comfortably from home.
The ground floor can be accessed via both internal stairs and a second lower front door offering complete flexibility with direct access to this level. A spacious rumpus/family opens out through bi-fold doors to the generously sized fully covered patio area providing access to the pool, poolside alfresco area and grassed yard – perfect for the kids to run around, kick a ball and enjoy the Queensland lifestyle. The pool has the added benefit of being gas heated allowing for all year round swimming. The lower level also accommodates 4 additional bedrooms, all with built in robes, one complete with ensuite making it ideal for guests, a teenager retreat or multigenerational living.
The welcoming community of Kalinga, full of leafy streets housing Queenslanders, is only 8kms from Brisbane's CBD and of almost equal distance to Brisbane Airport. 24 Bertha Street falls within the highly sought after Eagle Junction State School catchment and is within close proximity to several parks including the heritage listed Kalinga Park. Conveniently located, Toombul Shopping Centre, Eagle Junction Train Station and transport options including Brisbane airports, Gateway arterial & Airport Link tunnel system ensure effortless accessibility and commuting options.
Don't miss your opportunity to inspect this truly charming and flexible family home.
Features of the home:
Polished timber flooring, high ceilings, leadlight windows and French doors. Open plan kitchen, living, dining & family areas. Modern kitchen complete with stainless steel appliances including gas cooktop and rangehood flowing out onto a large fully covered deck overlooking the private backyard. 2 bedrooms including the master suite complete with his and hers walk-in robe and ensuite with standalone shower, separate bath and dual sinks. Additional bedroom/study enjoys access to the front veranda via stunning French doors Powder room
Multi-purpose family/rumpus room opening out onto the generously sized undercover patio overlooking the back yard, in-ground pool and poolside alfresco area 4 additional bedrooms complete with built in robes, one with ensuite perfect for guests, teenager retreat or multigenerational living. Additional bathroom servicing additional bedrooms. Internal laundry with direct outside access and additional toilet servicing the pool. Additional storage area
Other notable features:
871sqm fully fenced, low maintenance, pet & child friendly block Plantation shutters throughout Split system air-conditioning throughout Monitored security system Pool gas heater Multiple car parking options with 2 carports servicing 3 vehicles Water tanks Storage shed
Get to know Kalinga
Kalinga is a suburb on the northside of Brisbane, located just 7 kilometres north of central Brisbane. Its northern boundary is Kedron Brook, along which is the extensive Kalinga Park. The other side of the Brook is Nundah. The origin of the name possibly derives from an Aboriginal word ngalinnga, indicating belonging to us.