6 Oct

This three-bedroom home has undergone a major transformation

first_imgThe new master bedroom.Inside, the home now also features gleaming polished floors, which set a fresh contrast to the new custom-built kitchen by Condor Cabinets that included a tiled splashback, droplights, high-gloss cupboards, pullout spray hose and brand new appliances. There are also three generous sized bedrooms, including an oversized master with new split system and two stand-alone double cupboards. Plenty of room for the kids or office.One of the most impressive transformations is the new and improved, cleverly designed bathroom, adjacent to the main bedroom. It is separate in all three elements — with a shower room, separate toilet and separated double vanities with a large storage cupboard.“A really exciting part of the home is, when you go downstairs, we’ve created a man cave with a bar which leads to a separate under-house storage and laundry room. The home even comes with a purpose built man cave and bar.“Everywhere you walk on this property, you’ll notice different features and there’s still so much you can do to make it your own.”The property is listed with Living Here Townsville for $379,000 and will be open for inspection this Sunday from 10am to 10.30am Owner of Avenue Developments Sam Browning outside the property during renovations.“We took possession on April 19 and got the home professionally staged for sale on May 21,” Mr Browning said.“So over five long weeks, we removed a major, central wall to open up the main living space and created a third bedroom from a space where there used to be a cupboard.More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020“We took all the original old decking off and replaced it with eco decking which has a lifetime guarantee and the new owners will never have to re-oil it.” 5 Diprose street, PimlicoPROPERTY envy comes to mind with this newly renovated family home which, only eight weeks ago, was the renowned ugly duckling in its well-presented and sought-after neighbourhood.Sitting on a traditional quarter acre block, the three-bedroom home has undergone a major transformation following its purchase by Avenue Developments.Business owner Sam Browning said he and his team worked tirelessly for five weeks to give the aged home a much-needed facelift that must be seen to be believed.last_img read more