Lowset brick home in “sweet little corner” ready for makeover

first_img2 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.”center_img 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.last_img read more

Džumhur in Second Round of Qualifications in Miami

first_imgB&H tennis player Damir Džumhur has qualified for the second round at the ATP tournament Masters Series in Miami, which is being played for the award of 4,7 million dollars.In the first qualifying round, Džumhur beat the 17th American Denis Kudla with 6:3, 6:4.In the second round, the 22 Sarajevo native will play with Andrej Golubev from Kazakhstan, who is number 70 on the ATP list.(Source: Fena)last_img