Ashgrove Queenslander-style home hits the market after 41 years

first_img21 Matlock St, Ashgrove.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019With an elevated street frontage, a white picket fence and lawn play areas, the home certainly makes an appealing first impression.Mrs Peake said the property had plenty of character.“It’s in a quiet street and the breezes are amazing,” she said.“The views are great, and the sunroom looks out to the mountain ranges.”Mrs Peake described the home as “good looking”.“Someone just needs to come in and raise it, and build in underneath,” she said.“We did some renovations a long time ago, so some work needs to be done.” 21 Matlock St, Ashgrove.The original Queenslander-style home was rented over the years, when the Peakes were not living at the property themselves.“Dave is retired now, but used to work in aviation. He was transferred a lot for work,” Mrs Peake said.“We did live there on and off.“My daughter also lived there at one stage with her boyfriend.” 21 Matlock St, Ashgrove.Roslyn and David Peake have owned their Ashgrove home for 41 years, but now have a desire to be closer to their grandchildren down the coast.Mrs Peake, a mother of three, said they bought the family home, at 21 Matlock St, because it was close to local schools and parks.She said her husband also grew up in the Ashgrove area.center_img 21 Matlock St, Ashgrove.The home has three airconditioned, spacious bedrooms, two of which feature dual access to the house, as well as a good-sized bathroom with a built-in bathtub.The spacious, country-style kitchen offers ample bench space, as well as a charming breakfast bar.The lower level of the home contains the laundry and additional storage space. The home goes to auction on February 18 at 10am.last_img read more

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