first_img18 Sixth St, South TownsvilleMore from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020“One of the best things about living there is the street because we have great neighbours.“I also work at JCU and lot of people who live there work or study at the university.”The house has a self-contained separate area as well as many outdoor entertaining areas.The steel and Jarrah kitchen fits in perfectly with the house’s Queenslander heritage.Ray White Julie Mahoney owner Julie Mahoney is marketing the 647sq m property and said it would make a great family home.“It’s a beautiful house and I think it is really true to itself,” she said.“The current owners have lived in it since their children were babies so it’s grown with their family. 18 Sixth St, South Townsville“It’s beautiful without being old fashioned and it also has a sense of individuality.”Ms Mahoney said South Townsville was becoming increasingly popular with house hunters.“South Townsville has always had a lot of interest but the stadium is adding a bit of excitement to the suburb,” she said.“The suburb has been really tightly held by original owners who were working class and worked on the railway or at the port but now we’re seeing a wave of urban, young professionals moving in.” 18 Sixth St, South TownsvilleOwner Ryl Harrison said during the past two decades they had extensively renovated the house and raised it while still paying homage to its Queenslander roots. “We brought a lot of things back that had been changed to suit the 1970s style back to the original style and how it would have looked when it was first built,” she said.“The house works really well now because we lived in it before we did any changes to make sure the design would work.center_img 18 Sixth St, South TownsvilleA CLASSIC, double-storey Queenslander in the popular suburb of South Townsville is up for sale for the first time in more than 20 years.The home, at 18 Sixth St, has five bedrooms, two bathrooms, five-car parking and a pool.It will be sold under the hammer on March 12 at the Ville Resort & Casino, while offers are also invited prior to the auction.last_img

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