This Algester home is spacious and versatile

first_img19 Winifred Street, Algester“When guests come from overseas, they have a place to stay too,” Mr Chan said.He said the suburb had a lot to offer.He said this was part of the reason he chose the block.“We just liked the area,” he said. 19 Winifred Street, AlgesterOwner Daniel Chan has lived in the property with his parents for the past three years since the house was finished.“We actually bought the land back in 2013 and then we built the house,” Mr Chan said.He said they often had guests visit from overseas, which he kept in mind when designing the home. 19 Winifred Street, AlgesterThe two-storey house has six bedrooms and three bathrooms.More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020The ground floor has an open living, kitchen and dining room that flows onto an alfresco area.One of the bedrooms, which could double as a study, is downstairs. 19 Winifred Street, AlgesterSunnybank Hills and Calamvale shopping centres are a short drive away.Public transport, local parks, and major roads to the city and Gold Coast are also close by. 19 Winifred Street, AlgesterLOOKS can be deceiving when it comes to this near-new home at Algester.The house at 19 Winifred St may sit on a small 400sq m block but it was designed to cater for big families. 19 Winifred Street, AlgesterThe remaining five bedrooms are upstairs as well as a living area. The master bedroom has an ensuite and two walk-in wardrobes, while the other five bedrooms have built-in wardrobes.The home also has a double garage with internal access, split system airconditioning and solar panels. 19 Winifred Street, AlgesterMr Chan liked that the home had lots of space.It has enabled him to convert one of the bedrooms upstairs into a gym, and the one downstairs into a study without compromising any space for guests to stay.last_img read more

Live Blog: Syracuse hosts Boston College in do-or-die finale

first_img Published on November 30, 2013 at 2:59 pm Facebook Twitter Google+ Commentscenter_img Syracuse has one last chance to become bowl eligible after falling to No. 2 Florida State and Pittsburgh in the past two weeks. The Orange hosts Boston College at 3:30 p.m. this afternoon.Follow along here for live updates from beat writers David Wilson and Trevor Hass in the Carrier Dome.last_img