Restored Queenslander snapped up in Townsville post-election

first_imgMore from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020BEFORE The ‘no hoper’ house with wannabe gangster graffiti She also added she would opt not to do it again. The outside of 152 Francis Street in West End before it was renovated.The house underwent more than a cosmetic facelift, with solar reflective roofing, new electrical wiring and plumbing throughout. Agent at Ray White Geaney Property Group Sally Ireland who sold the property said the house pulled in plenty of attention post-floods.“It went to market just after the floods so it was bad timing,” Ms Ireland said. “Post-election a lot of people pulled their hands out of their pockets and the house received multiple offers.” AFTERThe buyers Debbie and Dennis Barnes said they have bought the house to be their forever home.“It wasn’t even in the area that we were looking in and it was out of our price range but as soon as we walked in we thought it was perfect,” Ms Barnes said. “Nothing needed doing to it and we could just move in straight away.“We looked at a few other places but they just needed too much work, so we crunched the numbers and bought it.” BEFORE READ MORE AFTERThe owner and brains behind the renovation wanted to remain anonymous, but said she was inspired by home renovation shows, Selling Houses Australia and Better Homes and Gardens. This original Queenslander in Townsville’s West End has been snapped up post-election after an incredible transformation.THIS original Queenslander at 152 Francis Street in West End has been snapped up post-election after an incredible transformation.In just four-months, this house had an additional bedroom, a new roof, timber flooring and all it’s finer details restored.READ MORE Townsville residents sitting on property gold last_img

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