Unique triangle makes point with its features
It is the first time the house has come on to the real estate market since being built almost three decades ago.
“The home was built approximately 27 years ago by Garry Lewis Building and designed by Murray O’Neill,” Mr Eustace added.
“The home itself has a great feeling inside with views from the main bedroom to the mountains.”
The property is set on 807sq m near the entrance of Red Peak Estate and has been finished with timber and tiles on the first level and new carpet on the second level.
“There is a great sized kitchen and living area. The master bedroom and bathroom are to the rear of the lower level, and the two extra bedrooms are on the upper level.”
The agent said the owner was only selling because of his age.
“He has moved on as he is too old to walk the stairs anymore,” Mr Eustace said.
The air-conditioned house has an asking price of mid$300,000s.
Recently in Caravonica, a three-bedroom villa on Lake Placid Rd sold for $265,000 on April 15 and a four-bedroom house on Aroona St changed owners for $460,000 on March 16.
Other recent sales include a three-bedroom house on Baway Close which achieved $350,000 in mid-March and another three-bedroom lowset house on Norilla Close for $317,000 on February 29.
According to RP Data, the suburb is listed as a “high demand” market with a median house price of $366,500. PUTTING Cairns real estate on the global radar is just one reason RE/MAX Cairns principal Tony Williamson has been short-listed for a national gong.
The industry stalwart has been recognised for his “business prowess and leadership in real estate” in being named a finalist in the 2016 Real Estate Business Awards, which will reveal winners on June 16 in Sydney.
RE/MAX Australia managing director Michael Davoren said Mr Williamson’s innovation and entrepreneurial skills set his office apart from others.
“We nominated Tony because he is an exceptional real estate franchise owner, a compassionate employer, a committed trainer and mentor to his staff, and a communityfocused business leader,” Mr Davoren said.
“His ability to identify new markets as well as best practices and customer services for an ever-evolving real estate industry is outstanding, and he has played a significant part in putting the Cairns market on the global property radar.”
Nine franchisees vie for the coveted Regional Principal of the Year title and winners of each of the 27 categories on the awards night will be automatically short-listed for the Real Estate Business Excellence Award.
Mr Williamson opened RE/ MAX Cairns in 2010.
GREAT OPPORTUNITY: First National Cairns Central agent Chris Eustace at the unique A-frame house at 76 Yurongi St, Caravonica.
RECOGNISED: Tony Williamson has been short-listed for a national award.