Fab former farmhouse up for auction

first_imgThe outdoor area at 8 Mapleleaf St, Eight Mile Plains.The rumpus room opens through timber and glass doors to the poolside deck. There are also two bedrooms, laundry and powder room on the ground floor. Upstairs, the master bedroom has an ensuite, walk-in wardrobe and built-in wardrobe, and there are two more bedrooms along with a family bathroom. Outside there is a double garage, dual carport, saltwater in-ground pool, and low-maintenance lawns and gardens. The family room at 8 Mapleleaf St, Eight Mile Plains.Marketing agent Peter Florentzos said there was potential to subdivide the property into the three blocks, subject to council approval. The home is going to auction on Saturday, September 9 at 12.30pm. The kitchen and meals area at 8 Mapleleaf St, Eight Mile Plains.“It’s an entertainer’s home as well as a family home,” Mr Pearce said. The home has a living area, family room, modern kitchen and dining room on the ground floor. The kitchen has stone benchtops, Italian hand-pressed tiles, Miele appliances and breakfast bar. The dining room at 8 Mapleleaf St, Eight Mile Plains.“You always get a good breeze,” Mr Pearce said. “The home has character, high ceilings and very solid rendered brick walls.”Since owning the home, the couple have given the property a facelift, painting inside and out, adding a hardwood timber deck, reconfiguring the front entry and adding natural stone paving around the swimming pool. More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020 The home at 8 Mapleleaf St, Eight Mile Plains.THIS renovated family home on a 1661sq m block with subdivision potential is going under the hammer. The five-bedroom family home at 8 Mapleleaf St, Eight Mile Plains, began its life as a 1950s farmhouse. The property was extensively renovated and extended in the 1980s and the current owners, Ian and Sarah Pearce bought the property 10 years ago. Mr Pearce said they loved the size of the home and the position on top of the hill. last_img

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