SOUGHT-AFTER SPOT IS FULL OF POTENTIAL
THERE’S no doubt the iconic triple-gabled Queenslander is a sought-after style of home.
The stunning property at Stafford is on a private cul-desac street within walking distance of Padua College.
The five-bedroom home has been renovated, with particular care taken to ensure the modern features do not detract from its character and tradition.
LJ Hooker Stafford principal Richard Mirosch said there had been interest out of Sydney, and since the New Year.
“We’ve had an offer from a local buyer already,” he said.
“One of the best things is you could rent out the granny flat for at least $260-$275 a week as it has its own access, and it’s totally self-contained.
“It’s got a fully equipped kitchen, bedroom with built-in robe, bathroom and laundry, so there are an array of purposes that this would suit.
“You could rent the main four-bedroom home for $600+ a week.
“The investors are definitely back in the market. There’s still room to grow in our market after it appears Sydney has topped out.”