Family ties bind this dual living opportunity in Brisbane’s north

first_imgThe entire home has been newly painted.His real estate agent Ivan Bertie of Harcourts Pinnacle – Aspley has been marketing the property as a strong “dual living” opportunity – close to public transport, schools and a few minutes to Aspley Pick N Pay Hypermarket and Westfield Chermside Shopping Centre.“Quality starts from the gate, manicured gardens, stone stairs leading to granite floor balcony with timber railings, newly painted, polished timber floor, ducted airconditioning.”The house has been scheduled for sale via auction at noon on Saturday October 28, 2017. The upstairs living room has polished floors which run throughout the home. The entire home has been updated.More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019It followed an open plan for the living, dining and kitchen area and also has a large storage/workshop space.Upstairs, he put in two ensuite bathrooms, renovated the main bathroom, kitchen and one bedroom now has its own balcony.“The driveway got tiled to the road, we put in paths around the house, there’s massive storage and laundry. Everything has been done within the last 10 years. You don’t need to do anything. You can just walk in and live here for another 10 to 15 years.”Mr Nenadovic said he was selling because the time was right.“I want try something new. We’ve been in this house for over 10 years. We want to do something different and the market is very good right now in Chermside West.” The kitchen is a good size and well equipped. 50 Marban St, Chermside West, has a tiled driveway and paths around the home.MILAN Nenadovic has fond memories of his Brisbane home which has just come on the market – it originally belonged to his grandfather Johnny.“It was the house of my grandfather Johnny who bought it from the guy who built this house. He passed away and now I’m in the house. For myself there are lots of memories because of my grandfather. I know how it looked 20 years ago.”In the decade since Mr Nenadovic (Jr) moved in, major renovations were undertaken on the property – located at 50 Marban Street, Chermside West – to the point where it was immaculate and move-in ready.“Downstairs is now is a two-bedroom apartment. You can have dual living. You can rent to someone or have your parents live here or even a big family,” he said.last_img

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