2 Bevan Street, Aspley.The lowset brick home, which has a terracotta tiled roof, also has a deck out the back, where Mr Easton spends much of his time enjoying the views.The home is in a cul-de-sac and features timber floorboards under the carpet, a front porch/veranda, a single lockup garage and additional carport.With many older people moving out of the suburb, Mr Easton said the area was slowly changing. 2 Bevan Street, Aspley.Mr Easton had replaced the guttering and switchboards, however he said someone could redevelop the home into something special.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 2019The home has security grills and toughened glass windows.On an elevated 655sq m block in a prestigious pocket of Aspley, Mr Easton said the property was in a “sweet little corner”. 2 Bevan Street, Aspley.After 24 years, Geoffrey Easton is selling his three-bedroom, one-bathroom home. Mr Easton, an auto electrician, said he had “outgrown” the property.“I really need a change. I have bought a property at Carseldine,” he said.Mr Easton said the home at 2 Bevan St, Aspley was in its original condition. “Before I moved in, the kitchen and bathroom had been renovated,” he said.“I have maintained the house in its current form, but it does need a little bit of work.” 2 Bevan Street, Aspley.He hopes a family will buy his much loved home.Ray White — Chermside selling agent Cindy McGrath said the property was high on the ridge with a lovely outlook, and offered a rare corner allotment complete with a desirable Chartwell St frontage.Only 11km from Brisbane’s CBD, the home is close to private schools and shops. Public transport is within walking distance.