Park Life Meets Urban Convenience

17 May 2019

The Australian lifestyle is all about the great outdoors and there’s no better place for the active family than Queens Park. In the early 1900s the park was used as a golf course before being turned into sports fields and a playground flanked by a cycleway. Today the leafy suburb is coveted by families as it’s the closest suburb in the east to the city where you can still get plenty of space and it’s just two train stops to the CBD. In fact, many locals beat the traffic by riding bikes through Centennial Parklands into the city.

Those looking to embrace park life while enjoying close proximity to the east’s best schools and beaches should check out our choice of three fantastic new listings.  The architecturally designed four-bedroom home at 58 Alt Street, Queens Park is set on a dual access block on one of the suburb’s best streets.

Agent Nick Quilkey says, “Queens Park is a great lifestyle address for families, nestled between Centennial Park and Bondi Junction’s retail hub and the station. Demand in the area is always high with properties getting snapped up quickly as there’s very low turnover in the area. Once people buy in Queens Park they tend to stay! Alt Street is very picturesque and this designer home has a fantastic layout with an easy flow to a level grassed garden and the versatility of a separate studio above the garage.”

Nova’s Michael ‘Wippa’ Wipfli has also just listed his home this week through Nick Quilkey and Debbie Donnelley. The two-storey home at 4 Rawson Avenue, Queens Park has four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a deck that’s perfect for entertaining. Finally, 166 Newland Street, Queens Park is a freestanding four-bedroom home with a self-contained studio just 150m to the park grounds. Check out the full details and open times by clicking on the links provided or call Nick on 0450 446 926 for further information.