Renovators’ delights going under the hammer

first_imgThe kitchen and living space at 79 Camelot Place, Bridgeman Downs.The master suite is on the top floor and has a luxurious ensuite, double walk-in robe, and stunning lake views thanks to the walls of glass and glass-edged balcony. On the same level there is an informal lounge area and another bedroom with built-ins and custom-made shutters.The main level of the home has a further three bedrooms, while at the other end of the house is the guest suite. The kitchen at 19 Merry St, Bulimba“This Queenslander is crying out for a renovation (and) you will not have to worry about over capitalising in this premium suburb,” Mr Cheng said. The home has two generously-sized bedrooms, study, kitchen, dining area and lounge room. There is also a double carport, separate laundry and multiple storage sheds. The home at 19 Merry St, Bulimba has period features and blue carpet.The clashing green and orange kitchen cabinetry, floral carpet, and pink and teal walls stand out for all the wrong reasons but the home does have high ceilings, bay windows and plenty of potential. The property will go to auction at 11am on Saturday, August 12. In Windsor, there is a highset, pre-1945 Queenslander on a 923sq m block that is in need of some TLC. The home at 79 Camelot Place, Bridgeman Downs.Known as the Lake House on Camelot, 79 Camelot Place, Bridgeman Downs, was designed to maximise the water views and provide space for family living. The architecturally designed home has six bedrooms, three bathrooms and multiple living spaces spread across three levels. The dining room at 79 Camelot Place, Bridgeman Downs.The informal meals area has floor to ceiling glass walls and opens onto the outdoor pavilion and deck.There is an infinity edge pool on the side of the lake.The Lake House on Camelot will go auction at 10am on Saturday. The home at 19 Merry St, Bulimba, is going under the hammer on Saturday.THESE diamonds in the rough are going under the hammer in Brisbane on Saturday and they are crying out for new owners with a taste for renovating. A stone’s throw from the river in Bulimba, there is a two-bedroom Queenslander with potential to be a head-turner. Marketing agents Nelson Cheng and Raphael Agudelo, of REMAX Central Partners, said 19 Merry Street was a “great opportunity in the highly sought-after pocket of Bulimba”. The Queenslander at 35 Bowen Street, Windsor.Marketing agent Ian Cuneo, of Ray White Ascot, has been given clear instruction from the trustee to sell the property at 35 Bowen St. Mr Cuneo said the home had “great bones” and period features. “It is a classic Queenslander with open front veranda, double bedrooms, pine flooring, VJ walls and open-plan arched lounge and dining rooms,” he said. center_img The kitchen at 31 Christopher St, Sunnybank Hills.Upstairs, the home has open-plan living, dining and kitchen with timber floors, a family bathroom in need of a cosmetic update, and good-sized bedrooms. Downstairs there is a double lockup garage, laundry and storage space. The home at 31 Christopher St, Sunnybank Hills.The highset, three-bedroom property could be revamped with a reno or torn down to make way for something grander. Marketing agent Ben Leong, of LJ Hooker Sunnybank Hills, said the sturdy brick home was at the top of a “leafy and secluded street” within the Sunnybank Hills State School catchment and close to Sunnybank Plaza, Garden City and local parks. The bathroom at 35 Bowen St, Windsor, has a pink bathtub.The home has french doors opening to the L-shaped covered front veranda, picture rails, high ceilings and ornate lighting. The kitchen and bathroom could be described as retro at best but also spacious and bright. “The home is what I would call the perfect renovator,” Mr Cuneo said. “Polish this rough diamond and it will turn into a beautiful gem.” More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home2 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor2 hours agoThe kitchen at 35 Bowen St, Windsor, is in need of some love.The property is an easy walk to Windsor State Schools, bus stops and the train station. It is also close to the Royal Brisbane and Royal Women’s Hospitals, cafes, restaurants and shops. The home at 35 Bowen St, Windsor will go under the hammer at 11am on Saturday, August 12.In Sunnybank Hills, 31 Christopher St will be auctioned on Saturday at 2.30pm. The poolside area at 79 Camelot Place, Bridgeman Downs.Within the main body of the home are living and entertainment areas, a formal lounge and dining room, which opens out onto a deck and tiled outdoor living areas.The kitchen has stone benchtops, a breakfast bar, a gas cooktop and double ovens. The living area at 31 Christopher St, Sunnybank Hills.The home is on a fenced 556sq m block with established lawns and low-maintenance gardens. The property is liveable and rentable as is but has plenty of potential. At the other end of the scale, a sprawling family home on 9708sq m of lakeside land is also going under the hammer. last_img

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