Revamped family home in the heart of Redcliffe
The updated kitchen at 49 Longland St, Redcliffe. Picture: Supplied.Upstairs, there is an open-plan living and dining room and a galley-style kitchen, which flows out to the big entertaining deck. The four bedrooms have built-in wardrobes and there is a family bathroom and separate toilet. Downstairs, there are two multipurpose rooms, a kitchenette, living room, bathroom and laundry. More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019“The back deck is probably my favourite part of the home — it’s great for entertaining,” Ms Blakey said. “The home also has a great sized yard with plenty of room to put in a swimming pool or shed.” The living area at 49 Longland St, Redcliffe. Picture: Supplied.Ms Blakey said the property would be perfect for families or first homebuyers. “It really suited us as a young couple entertaining friends but it also has the big yard for families and the area downstairs, which would be ideal for grandparents or older children looking for some independence,” she said.The property also has a double carport, a private front veranda and established gardens. The home at 49 Longland St, Redcliffe. Picture: Supplied.THIS updated family home is on a good-sized block with plenty of space to entertain or for the children and pets to run around. Owner Amanda Blakey said she and her husband purchased the property at 49 Longland St, Redcliffe three years ago and revamped the two-storey home. “We completely updated the inside,” Ms Blakey said. “We ripped up the carpet and redid the timber floors, updated the bathrooms and kitchen, painted the interior, redid the back deck and added a roof over it.” The backyard at 49 Longland St, Redcliffe. Picture: Supplied.Ms Blakey said the home was in a good neighbourhood. “We’ve lived in Redcliffe for the past 20 years and we love it,” she said. “Our neighbours here are really friendly, and it’s a really good area, nice and close to two schools.” The property is being marketed by Andrew Campbell and Ben Campbell of Ray White Redcliffe.