SOUGHT-AFTER SPOT IS FULL OF PO­TEN­TIAL

The Courier-Mail - Property - - MARKET PLACE - ALEX TIL­BURY

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.”

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