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Sold

32 Green Street, Booval

$745,000
3 Beds
1 Baths
4 Cars
1119 m2 Land
Welcome to “ Rippingale” of Booval

Motivated vendors who are now interstate are ready to sell and have adjusted their price accordingly ……..This is a rare opportunity to purchase a home of outstanding character and quality. This stunning property sat in its original state for many many years, however a full renovation/restoration was undertaken by the current owners a few years back. Careful thought and research went into this restoration, they have done a fantastic job and Mr & Mrs Rippingdale would be so proud. Now boldly brought into this century whilst sympathetically retaining all the classic style and characteristics that Ipswich is famous for. This is a fine example of what can be done to our cities treasures to bring them up to todays demanding standards, whilst still retaining their unique charm.

The street presence of this early 1910’s Federation Period home with its striking front and side gable projections, elaborate barge boards and veranda embellishments will surely capture the hearts of all that inspect.
The period styled front fence and classic entry garden leads you to the symmetrical (butterfly) steps and up to the charming wrap around verandah, complete with french doors, sash windows and views across to Booval’s famous Cameron’s Park. This residence is not only historical but also has both visual and physical connection to the War Memorial opposite. (but not heritage listed itself)

Stepping into the entry hallway is a delightful experience, the sense of history, tradition and attention to detail is obvious and the desire to see more is immediate. Soaring 11ft ceilings, VJ walls, first growth timber flooring, decorative timber fretwork and the obvious sense of a quality restoration, all underpin the overall desire to keep exploring this enticing residence.
Formal lounge/living room at the rear with working sash window & French doors that lead out onto the private rear verandah, ideal place to extend your outdoor living experience. The semi-modern eat-in kitchen works well with its 900mm dual fuel cooker, dishwasher and plenty of cupboards.

Positioned perfectly on an impressive sized 1119 sqm block complete with established period gardens and pathways. Clever re-purposing of the original freestanding boiler/laundry that has soooo much charm. Easy access to the rear via an electric gate to the 6x7m powered shed & original buggy shed. Enough onsite yard space to safely park extra vehicles, vans or boats, or maybe put in a pool.
You will also love its blue-chip location as well as the convenience of having all the local amenities just minutes away, which include Shopping Centres, major retailers, private schools, clubs and the Booval train station.
This stunning property is immaculately presented and is ready for its new owner to start enjoying….today.

A summary of features:

• Blue-Chip, sought-after Booval location. Proud street appeal
• Detailed & sympathetic restoration completed a few years back.
• Deep sheltered front, side and rear veranda’s
• Three bedrooms, all very generous in size (master at the front)
• Functioning sash windows, breeze ways & French doors.
• Large living/lounge room at the rear, French doors to verandah.
• Modern kitchen (dishwasher, 900 cooker) for today’s needs.
• Multi-zoned ducted air conditioning though-out.
• Powered double shed (remote roller door) plus original buggy shed.
• Traditional fencing (electric gate) on a massive 1119 sqm metre block. With enough room for pool or shed/carport extension.
• Established romantic garden plus a magnificent original laundry/boiler room that has so much charm.
• Externally restumped & new roofing. Natural gas
• Short walk to schools, shopping centres etc.
• Too much to note…..this is a must see property for colonial lovers
• Local ICC quarterly rates $616.80 (after discount)
• Historically significant but not heritage listed.
• Close ties to the Booval War Memorial, directly across in the famous Cameron’s Park. (details on site for those curious)
• Ready to be purchased now. Be quick as this beautiful residence will NOT last.

**Disclaimer: All information is provided in good faith and is accurate to the best of our knowledge, but House Property Agents takes no responsibility for any error or omission. Buyers are encouraged to conduct their own enquiries and should satisfy themselves as to all aspects of the property prior to making any purchasing decision.

Property features

  • Remote Garage
  • Dishwasher
  • Floor Boards
  • Deck
  • Outdoor Entertaining
  • Ducted Heating
  • Ducted Cooling
  • Pet Friendly