The house at 26 Raffles St, Mount Gravatt East, is up in the marketplace.
THIS Mount Gravatt East property has proved to be the perfect family area for Dean and Leigh Holder.
The couple bought the split-level area at 26 Raffles St about three years previously and have raised their two small children in the home.
There could also be an open-plan kitchen, living and consuming area.
“We liked the open plan living style, the way the living room opens out to the deck and there is the pool and garden there,” Mr Holder mentioned.
“It’s a big, bright, airy space, and it is great for kids to run in and out to play in the pool and on the grass.”
A bushes staircase is a serve as of the home.
The best floor of the home has polished bushes floorboards, three bedrooms, at the side of the seize with an ensuite and walk-in cloth wardrobe, and a few different bathroom.
There is also an open-plan kitchen and living area, with a walk-in pantry, and there are skylights above the kitchen island bench.
Skylights make the world nice and glossy.
Polished concrete floor drift throughout the lower level, where there is a rumpus room, learn about nook, laundry and bathroom with a separate bathroom.
There are two carpeted bedrooms on this level.
Downstairs are polished concrete floor.
“Downstairs is kind of like a self-contained living area, which is a great place for the kids to watch tele, or for visitors to stay and they have their own bathroom which is nice.”
The family is selling as a result of relocating abroad for art work.
The property is being marketed by the use of Scott Hay of Ray White Holland Park.