Riverfront home offers stunning sunset views

first_imgA contemporary home on the market in Yeronga, Queensland overlooks two bends of the Brisbane River, capturing a daily show of dramatic sunsets.The three-level home at 6/53 Paragon St also has uninterrupted views of the Indooroopilly Golf Course.Owner Richard Debnam bought the property shortly after it was built about 12 years ago.“It was in a great spot with a superb view looking down two bends of the river over to the golf course,” Debnam says.“It faces west and gets beautiful sunsets this time of year. It has been a really great family home.”The sunset from the deck.The four-bedroom, four-bathroom home has a foyer, family room, office, open-plan kitchen, living and dining, plus a kitchenette.The main bedroom on the top level has two walk-in wardrobes, an ensuite with double basins and a private balcony with river views. Debnam says a porthole shower window offers the best views down the river.The kitchen features granite benchtops, a freestanding gas cooktop and oven, stainless steel splashback plus an island bench with breakfast bar.The property also has a shared jetty and an in-ground swimming pool.The contemporary home has four bedrooms.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home3 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor9 hours agoDebnam says the home had been great for entertaining.“There was a nice open-plan kitchen with a big sitting area upstairs, so the kids could muck around in the pool while you kept an eye on them,” he says.The 502sqm property is close to schools, shops, the train station and Queensland Tennis Centre.“It was so close to the train station and close to Fairfield Rd, which provides a good run into the city,” he says.“It was very safe in the gated community and everyone was friendly. There’s also plenty of green spaces with the parks nearby.”The property is listed with Jane Elvin of LJ Hooker Annerly/Yeronga who is looking for offers “around the $2 million mark.”The sale will be conducted by private negotiation.This article first appeared on the Courier Mail.last_img

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