A dream neighbourhood to live in.A tree-lined driveway with gated entry leads to separate single-car garages, which sit alongside large storage rooms and a laundry with external access.A timber gate precedes a side pathway of pebbles and established gardens that leads to a first-floor entry.Inside, polished timber floors, high ceilings, decorative cornices and stained-glass windows create old-world elegance. 24 Rosebery Tce, Chelmer.IF a house with 18m of private Brisbane River frontage sounds like a dream come true, this is the one for you.Set of a 1,537sq m block dotted with native trees is this stunning home at 24 Rosebery Terrace in bluechip Chelmer. It has four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a double car garage and a pool – and expansive balconies to make the most of the riverfront setting. It is open for inspection from 1-1.30pm Saturday September 23 with the auction set for 11am October 14 on site. This is a kitchen to entertain in.An airconditioned living and dining room connects with a central kitchen, which has timber cabinetry, a breakfast bar, walk-through pantry and Smeg appliances, including a six-burner gas cooktop with canopy rangehood. Timber-framed bi-fold doors create a natural flow from the living and dining room out to a covered balcony with exposed rafters, timber balustrade and uninterrupted river views. Stairs meander down to a second side deck, which links to a covered patio. From the patio, a stone stairway lined with native plants leads to an in-ground pool with river glimpses and private pontoon. Me, a glass of champagne, some cheese, crackers, olives…Despite its secluded location, this property is 7km from the Brisbane CBD and a short walk from Indooroopilly Shopping Centre.Agent Josephine Johnston-Rowell of Johnston Dixon Quality Property said this residence had a magical connection with the Brisbane River, coupling views with multiple leisure opportunities. “It’s a timeless property that matches Queensland’s sunny weather with an open design and ample entertaining room on picturesque outdoor areas,” she said. Balconies make the most of the views.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this homeless than 1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investorless than 1 hour agoA central foyer separates two wings, the first of which is slightly raised and has a lounge room, two bedrooms with built-in wardrobes and a tiled bathroom with a combined shower and bathtub. A sitting room with original fireplace and timber-framed windows introduces the rear wing. Branching to the left, a short hallway grants access to a bedroom with built-in wardrobe and the main bedroom, which has a walk-in wardrobe, balcony access and ensuite with double vanity.