lifestyle blogs - Peter May and Brad Robson
When Wendy from Graceville Fine Foods posted on Facebook a week ago appealing for donations for Townsville flooding victims, she didn’t expect the response would receive nation-wide attention.
Every house has one of those walls which needs rejuvenating with wall décor. It is the wall which is constantly passed but never looked at.
The entertainment area is often the heart of the home. These areas see life’s most memorable moments, from big Christmas lunches and birthday celebrations to small family gatherings like Sunday breakfast.
These areas are important as they host the times where people come together. Place Graceville has put together 5 memorable entertainment areas from properties we have listed in 2018.
1. 2 Michael Place, Oxley
The owners, who had previously owned this property in the past, bought it back and found the property still lacked a quality entertainment area. After a huge renovation, the home now boasts a huge deck with an outdoor kitchen and fridge.
This property listed by Gary Eaton is still up for grabs! Imagine hosting a dinner party here on a warm summer night.
2. 187 Verney Road East, Graceville
This Verney Road East property in Graceville was listed and sold by Karen Simons and possesses four entertainment areas. With a deck and veranda upstairs, and two patios downstairs, you’ll be spoilt for choice when you decide where you’re going to host your next event.
As this property has multiple covered entertainment areas, you’ll know the gathering will be going ahead rail, hail or shine.
3. 7 Jaora Street, Graceville
This architectural gem has a floating deck with high ceilings that spans over a generous lap pool. With open plan living, a social gathering effortlessly flows through the home’s entertainment area.
The Graceville property was sold by Pete May and Brad Robson early in 2018, to happy owners who now enjoy the river views from their unique balcony.
4. 139 Kamala Dr, Pullenvale
With this property sitting on four hectares of land, there is no shortage of space to entertain. However, the main feature of the home is the huge pool and patio at the rear, which would be able to comfortably host over 100 people.
5. 136 Paperbark Circuit, Moggill
136 Paperbark Circuit, Moggill has a practical, open plan entertainment area. Friends and family can flow out of the kitchen, onto the deck and into the pool, backyard and fire-pit.
Including a fire-pit means you can entertain all year round, from summer to winter.
Place Graceville are experts in featuring your properties beautiful spaces, including entertainment areas. If you’re thinking of selling contact our office today.
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