Owner swaps esplanade walks for bee-hives and veggie patches

first_imgThere is ample room to stretch out at this Manly property.He said the dual living arrangements meant the home would appeal to many buyers.“Its fit for a larger family where you can have a parents’ retreat downstairs and the older kids upstairs.” The home has ample entertaining areas.“We’ve built a massive deck out the back and a carport.“We’ve tried to keep in the theme…with the cladding outside…and the same theme in the carport to the front of the house.”He said he would miss the location the most when he moves.“It is just walking distance down to the Manly marina, you’ve got a lot of restaurants and all the shopping that you need.“We take the kids and the dogs down to the waterfront and walk it all the time.“It’s just perfect, it de-stresses you and it grounds you so you can start your day again.” The owners were originally attracted to the Queenslander style of the home.More from newsNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Parks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus19 hours agoHe said they were originally attracted to the Queenslander style of the home.“There’s so much opportunity for those Queenslanders to be done up and they look spectualar when they’ve been renovated correctly,” he said.“We’ve done some major work.“We’ve lifted the house up, we put in a whole new downstairs area, with two more extra bedrooms with an ensuite. The owners renovated this home, keeping in theme with its original charm.“I’ve got two young kids, a little boy that loves to run around and we want to get some chickens and some bee hives and build big veggie patches,” he said.“It was the perfect home for us and we have a busy lifestyle, but I want to have that little retreat area that we can go to and have a little bit more land.” AUCTION ACTION: 29 Peranga St, Manly QLD will go under the hammer on Saturday, May 12, 2018.HOME owner Peter Dukes has put his Manly home, at 29 Peranga St, on the market as he swaps esplanade walks for bee hives.Mr Dukes said after 15 years and a complete property overhaul, it was time to move on to a larger block of land.last_img

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