Lowset home records top sale in suburban estate

first_imgBuilt to impress is this lovely home at 105 Thomas Macleod Ave, Sinnamon Park. 105 Thomas MacLeod Ave, Sinnamon Park. 105 Thomas MacLeod Ave, Sinnamon Park.The home which sold in just 48 hours, had 3207 internet inspections.Mr Dean said the second person who walked through the doors bought the home.“They were a business couple from Indooroopilly who had been looking for a couple of years for the perfect property,” he said. 105 Thomas MacLeod Ave, Sinnamon Park.An extensively renovated Brisbane home has recorded a top price for a lowset home in a suburban estate.Robert Dean,from Dean Property Team, said the property at 105 Thomas Macleod Ave, Sinnamon Park sold for $1.1 million, at least $150,000 above any other lowset sale in the Windermere Estate. center_img Inside one of the bedrooms at 105 Thomas MacLeod Ave, Sinnamon Park.Mr Dean said the sale would no doubt give the area a boost.“It will certainly give the area a lift to another level in terms of lowset homes and means that buyers and owners alike can have great confidence in this marketplace when they do undertake renovations to existing homes,” Mr Dean said.“This home was extensively renovated, like a new home on the block, and presented immaculately.” More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019105 Thomas MacLeod Ave, Sinnamon Park.Mr Dean described the five-bedroom, two bathroom home was “one of a kind”.The home has a fully decked out home theatre, swimming pool, a Bali-themed outdoor casual sitting area and parking for up to six cars.last_img

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