Dutch style delight in Crestmead

Dutch style delight in Crestmead

A “quirky” home for a young couple looking to start a family has entered the market at Crestmead.

12 Shannon Street is a 932sqm property “tucked away” at the end of a cul-de-sac.

Harcourts Beenleigh sales agent Tony Ghanem said the cosy, four-bedroom home was perfect for a trendy young couple looking for a unique first buy.

“It’s got a pool, a fireplace, an outdoor area with a fire pit, it’s got big high fences and it’s tucked away from the rest of the world,” Mr Ghanem said.

“It’s a beautiful property that’s had the same owners for the past 30 or so years.”

He said the shape of the home allowed for a fourth bedroom and bathroom upstairs.

“It’s a Dutch-style home with a sloped roof, which is used in the Netherlands because of snow,” he said.

“But here it gives you a really nice, large upstairs with wider, larger rooms.”

He said it was a “massive block” with “lots of room to do what you like”.

“It’s got an inground pool, a double-garage, heaps of off-street parking, room for a caravan, nice landscaping out the back, a fire pit and it’s nice and level,” Mr Ghanem said.

“It’s a great buy for a someone who likes to wander around the garden, because it’s got lots of pre-established palms and shrubbery.

“It’s also very close to Browns Plains Road, so you’re close to a major thorough fair.”

The property also includes a Colorbond shed, which Mr Ghanem said was perfect for a handyman, but also provided space for extra cars, caravans, or to store gardening supplies.

With an asking price of offers over $670,000, Mr Ghanem said it was a rare find.

“There’s not much around under $700,000 these days,” he said.

“It’s so well priced… and it falls within the range for the first homeowner’s grant.”

He said the property also suited investors.

“It ticks all the boxes,” he said.

As of 30 April 2024 there were 160 houses currently for sale in Crestmead, according to Your Investment Property.

More than 180 have sold over the last 12 months, according to Core Logic, lasting an average of 11 days on market.

The same data shows the sale price of homes has risen by between 8-10 per cent over the last 12 months, with a median price of $625,000 for four-bedroom homes.







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