Heavenly Hamptons-style home must be sold

first_imgInside 29 Tarana St, Camp Hill.More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020On one floor, the property has a large living and dining area, kitchen, bathroom, two bedrooms, a master suite with a walk-in-robe, ensuite and a front porch. The home at 29 Tarana St, Camp Hill.“The rumpus area downstairs is ideal for teenagers,” Mr Kyranides said.Mr Kyranides said the home would suit a family looking for a character-filled Queenslander home in a safe and welcoming neighbourhood. The home at 29 Tarana St, Camp Hill.“We had our hearts set on a Queenslander, and this one ticked all the boxes. We loved the look of the home,” Mr Kyranides said.The two-level home sits on a spacious 814sq m of land.“There is plenty of scope for a pool or extended deck area,” Mr Kyranides said.“It’s got a huge backyard.” The home at 29 Tarana St, Camp Hill.Mr Kyranides said he would miss spending time sitting on the porch. “It’s very relaxing. There’s so much natural light and in summer it gets a nice breeze,” he said.“We’d sit out there in the mornings and evenings and enjoy the street scape.”Downstairs, there is a rumpus room, two bedrooms, a bathroom, separate toilet, laundry and timber deck that leads to the garden.center_img REAL ESTATE: 29 Tarana St, Camp HillThis beautiful, Hamptons-inspired Queenslander is packed with character and charm.Owner Paul Kyranides said the features of 29 Tarana St, Camp Hill, were what drew him and his partner to purchase the home in 2004. Inside 29 Tarana St, Camp Hill.“It’s a great family home,” he said.“There’s a lot of space.“It’s close to schools, public transport, shops and cafes and restaurants.“The location is convenient and the neighbourhood is very friendly.“It’s a very welcoming suburb to live in.”last_img read more

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