8 Chirn Lane, Chirn Park.“We repainted the inside and outside, put in new carpet and added a lot of contemporary fixtures.” On a 562sq m block, the home has an outdoor deck which opens to the main living area. The open-plan kitchen overlooks the dining area and backyard. The property also features an electric gate. Lambert Willcox Estate Agents Broadbeach agents, Jesse Wilcox and Mitchell Lambert home will take the property to auction on April 29 at 10am 8 Chirn Lane, Chirn Park.THIS contemporary Chirn Park cottage was a home-away-from-home for homeowner and retired construction manager Steven Bennett. The civil engineer bought the home with his wife Debbie 10 years ago.“I lived in Darwin and all across Australia for work but we needed a home that would be perfect for Debbie and my daughter when I wasn’t around. 8 Chirn Lane, Chirn Park.The couple said they have spent the past two years doing renovations and creating a modern home.“We didn’t do any major extensions because the structure was open and let in fantastic breezes,” the father-of-one said. 8 Chirn Lane, Chirn ParkMore from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North9 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago“This house was quaint, and big enough for the girls but it was also really secure.“The home was more for my wife and while we looked at Burleigh we were surprised at how peaceful this home was but it was located in such a bustling neighbourhood with cafes.” The two-bedroom home comes with two bathrooms and two car spaces and has an open plan design.
Former Fone Zone CEO David McMahon with his wife Tracey have slashed the asking price for their historic Hamilton Hill to less than what they paid 18-months ago. Photo: Lyndon MechielsenAs beautiful homes go, Cremorne, located at 34 Mullens St, Hamilton, would top the list for some Brisbane-property watchers, but it’s proving a tough sell for its owners.“Cremorne” at 34 Mullens Street, Hamilton is a landmark colonial property.Fone Zone co-founder David McMahon and wife, Jane, have been looking to offload their circa 1905 home since September 2016, and have just slashed the asking price to $6,350,000.That’s $25,000 less than the McMahons paid in December 2015, according to CoreLogic records.A move to Aspen, Colarado has prompted the couple to reduce their price, according to Place Bulimba managing director, Sarah Hackett.Cremorne sits high on Hamilton Hill with stunning 180 degree river and city views from its a 2435sq m allotment.The home’s position provides picture-book views.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 investor3 hours agoThe award-winning, two-level home is a classic colonial that was extensively renovated, including a heritage approved pavilion extension.Cremorne has been extensively renovated, including a contemporary extension. Photo: Lyndon Mechielsen“Receiving the 2009 State Residential Architecture Houses Award its exquisite internal features include stained glass windows, 13 foot high ceilings, three fireplaces, chandeliers and polished timber flooring,” according to its agent’s listing.Immaculate finishes throughout the formal and informal areas are part of the home’s rich history according to the agent. Photo: Lyndon MechielsenThe home included five-bedrooms, four-bathrooms, formal and informal living spaces as well as a 3000-bottle wine cellar, gym and media room.UNBELIEVABLE ASKING PRICE FOR THIS SUNNYBANK PROPERTYOutdoor entertaining feeds onto a swimming pool and landscaped gardens.Cremorne is a marriage of colonial and contemporary living. Photo: Lyndon MechielsenRiverfront commuters on Kingsford Smith Dve can spot the home’s landmark front verandah with double-rotunda profile.Follow Kieran Clair on Twitter at @kieranclair