43 Ainsley Avenue

Ashmore, QLD, 4214

  • 5bed
  • 3bath
  • 2car
  • 1pool


Saturday 20th Jun at 1:30pm On Site



Here is your opportunity to take your family to new heights - literally!
With commanding views from the east via the north, to the south, from on top of the highly desired Ainsley Ave, this beautifully renovated home has all of the space you desire, inside and out!

Finally a home is now available for you, the buyer, that does not compromise on aspect, land size, location, street position, elevation, views, entertaining prowess, vehicle parking, storage, presentation or space for the family.

Welcome home to 43 Ainsley Avenue, the reward for your success.

-4 bedrooms upstairs (master with ensuite and walk in robe)
-3 bathrooms (two upstairs plus seperate toilet, one full bathroom downstairs)
-3 enormous living rooms (two upstairs one downstairs)
-Stunningly appointed kitchen with New Sable Luxe stone benches and lavish breakfast bar, walk in pantry, Blum soft closers to drawers and cupboards, dumb waiter (from garage - makes unloading of the weekly shopping easy), Miele Dishwasher range-hood and induction cooktop, Smeg pyrolytic wall oven and half oven, double sink, double fridge cavity with plumbing, vaulted ceilings and all of this with amazing views and easy access to the entertaining verandas
-The northern entertaining covered alfresco verandas are substantial in size and vista. Overlooking the pool area and enjoying panoramic views to the south, north and east, all the way to the great Dividing Range. Sunrise, sunset and throughout the day, natural light is delightfully plentiful
-The huge family room also enjoys great views, sunshine and opens via glass sliders to the alfresco entertaining area
-The separate upstairs formal lounge is also overly generous in size
-The downstairs media/billiard room is ideally located and is such a great floor plan that it would allow for an ideal self contained living area as it has it's own full bathroom, separate entrance and opens to the pool terrace
-Fully renovated bathrooms upstairs and large laundry with two-way storage cupboards
-Suspended concrete slab - ideal for not only strength but great for minimising noise between floors
-The resort styled pool located on the north side of the home is fully fenced and great for families all year round
-Poolside covered barbecue pergola and garden shed
-Large double garage with automatic doors
-Room for several vehicles off street
-Fully restored tiled roof, freshly painted interiors and recently fully renovated bathrooms make living easy

Located centrally near top private and government schools, TAFE and Griffith University, shopping centres, medical facilities and a myriad of restaurants, sporting venues, parks, botanical gardens, outlet stores and the M1 (Pacific Highway is only 10 minutes drive away)

Ashmore - Rich in History

In the late 1800s, the land which became the suburb of Ashmore was predominately owned by two pioneering families, the Muirs and the Smiths.
The suburb, located approximately seven kilometres west of Southport, takes its name from a farming property once owned by the Hicks family. The 300 acre farm created in the late 1800s, located near Benowa, was named after a property or place in England.
The farm, which ran sheep and cattle, also gave its name to a local thoroughfare, Ashmore Road, which connected Benowa to Nerang Road. The remaining five - six hectare portion of the farm, with nine cattle on the property, stayed in the Hicks family, beside the Ross Street and Ashmore Road intersection, for many years.
In the early 1970s, a Sydney property investor, Jim Donellon, saw potential in the area and purchased land for development. In the mid-1970s, when a housing estate with sewered land and underground power was being developed, it was given the name of Ashmore Village and the many of the streets named using words taken from Aboriginal language. By the late 1970s, Ashmore Plaza Shopping Centre was developed.
Later estates followed, including: Bellevue Park, Timbertops, Paradise River and Paradise Heights. As the area underwent steady growth in the following years, the name was adopted for the suburb, which was officially named and bounded in 1982.
By the mid-1980s, Ashmore was the home of many young families and boasted a TAFE, the Ashmore City Shopping Centre owned by the Rix family, a tavern, caravan park, day care centre, schools, the Domain Country Club, youth centre, a BMX track, skateboard bowl and ten pin bowling centre.
It was the first suburb on the Gold Coast to have road side bike paths and a roundabout. With such development underway, the Gold Coast Small Bore Rifle Club, which had used land in Ashmore for over 80 years, was required to close in 1985.
-source Gold Coast City Council