Restored Queenslander hits the market
The renewed Queenslander is on the market. The same family has been sold for 15 years. The newly renovated house awaits its new owners.
Ian and Cheryl Craston moved into this house 15 years ago 25 in Burgess St. 25 Salisbury. The couple raised their daughter in this house.
“It had been remodelled,” Mr Cranston said.
“It has all polished floors, nice tiles and stone trimming along the tiles.”
The two-storey house has five bedrooms and three bathrooms. One of the most beloved features of the house is that it has a large patio.
Mr Cranston says “I’ve got my own man cave, but out on the deck and enjoying the outlook overlooking the pool would have to be my favourite,” he said.
“We sit outside and have a wine or a beer and just relax.
“It’s also great to entertain out there.”
The house can be purchased for those who want to be close to the city and live in a quiet neighborhood.
“The granny flat is a bonus, the parents could live downstairs there,” he said.
“It is self-contained and has its own private entrance.”
The property is very convenient for families with children.
“I think it would suit a young family for growth, as there are bedrooms upstairs and downstairs,” Mr Cranston said.
“Parents can get away and have their own retreat, or the whole family could be all together.”
The property has a land of 425 square meters. The house with two garages is close to Griffith University.
What does Queenslander mean?
Queenslander is the name given to traditional Australian homes. This is usually a spacious verandah in the style of the house. The front yard of the house usually decorates a mango or bengovil tree. The Queenslander is a home style that emerged in the 1950s and 1960s.
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