Home renovated over time perfect for large families looking for space

first_img5 Strathburn St, Oxley.Mrs Hammonds said the property, at 5 Strathburn St, would be perfect for a family who wanted close access to the motorway. She said those who enjoyed the outdoors would appreciate the location.“There’s parks and bike tracks nearby,” she said. “We are in a quiet cul-de-sac where there is very little traffic.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019“Corinda is literally around the corner.” The 3D Diakrit floor plan of 5 Strathburn St, Oxley.The property offers future possibilities of development to add value.Nanette Lilley – Graceville selling agents Doug May and James Manning said the property encapsulated the best of city living with beautiful leafy rural views. 5 Strathburn St, Oxley.She said the home was very spacious and had a lot of light.The property, on a 1222sq m block of land (two lots), is perched high on the Oxley/Corinda border.A large open-plan lounge and dining area with hardwood timber floors opens up to a large deck.A second tiled rumpus/family room opens up to a private patio and pool. 5 Strathburn St, Oxley.Ann Hammonds has owned her five-bedroom, two-bathroom property at Oxley for the past five years and hopes a new family can enjoy everything the suburb has to offer.Personal reasons have forced Mrs Hammonds to sell the property, which she has renovated over time.“A new kitchen has been put in and the carport is new,” she said.“The property was renovated prior to purchase.“The bathrooms are modern and the main bedroom is massive. Every room has built-in wardrobes.” 5 Strathburn St, Oxley.Mrs Hammonds said the attraction of the property was its proximity to the railway, city and local shops.“The backdrop is bush,” she said.last_img

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