This renovated Queenslander is the epitome of luxury living

first_img More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020“My favourite part is the kitchen — when we bought it, the kitchen felt really closed off, so we took out a wall and opened it right up. “The downstairs area was very basic so we re-floored the games room area and re-did the entire patio. Mrs Flett said she and her husband had made the most of the properties spectacular location.“I’m sad to see it go,” Mrs Flett said. READ MORE “I didn’t want to do anything without Andrew seeing it but luckily it was passed in at auction so we purchased it afterwards.“We just absolutely loved the high ceilings, all the louvres and just the Queenslander style of it.” Mrs Flett said the five-bedroom home was perfect for family living or having guests stay with an abundance of space and living areas.“We now have a nine week old baby Evie Flett and two dogs who live with us,” Mrs Flett said. “One of the rooms is now a nursery and I think it would be a perfect house to raise a family. “The house would be great for teenagers because there’s a granny flat are downstairs which could be there part of the house and the parents could have there retreat upstairs.”Mrs Flett said since purchasing the property three years ago, the couple had completely renovated it to highlight it’s classic features.“We have complelty renovated the house since owning it,” Mrs Flett said. Where to bag a discount on asking price in Townsville “It’s a really versatile house and there’s a downstairs area with a large patio, pool and entertaining area which we’ve had a few barbecues in.”“We’ve loved walking down to The Strand and pushing Evie up Castle Hill in the pram.” This house at 5 Gilbert Crescent, Castle Hill is going to auction on October 28WHEN Amy Flett walked through this house in 2016 she had an inkling it would be her and her husband Andrew Flett’s first home. Nestled in a quiet enclave of Castle Hill this two-storey Queenslander would be the home that their first child Evie would spend her first few months. “My husband was out of town and I went to the auction not expecting much but when I walked through it I fell in love with the bones of it,” Mrs Flett said. READ MORE Island paradise snapped up within a week last_img

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