The upstairs balcony looks out over the landscaped backyard.Mr Ernst said the property would suit the big or extended family. “The bedrooms can all take kingsize beds and all the bedrooms have access to a bathroom,” he said. “Downstairs, the bedroom has his and hers cupboards and outside access. “We were going to have elderly parents with us, so with the outside access they could close their bedroom door, open the sliding door to outside and have their own space.” Mr Ernst said the home was on a 693sq m block in one of the sought- after “O” streets of Yeronga. The property is being marketed by Kristy Noble from McGrath Annerley Yeronga and will be auctioned on June 3 at 10am. The home at 40 Oriel Rd, Yeronga.There will be no arguing over the bathroom in this stunning Yeronga home, which has five bedrooms and five bathrooms across two levels. Owner-builder Mark Ernst said the property at 40 Oriel Rd was designed to have space and “all the bells and whistles”. “The house had to have the right aspect too,” he said. “The block has two street frontages so we orientated the back to face east for optimum shade in the summer.” On the ground level the home includes an open-plan living, dining and kitchen area, laundry, study nook, full size bathroom, and a guest room with exterior access. The open-plan living space flows out to the back patio.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 modern kitchen has an island bench, stone countertops and integrated appliances while the living space flows out through sliding doors to the patio and landscaped back yard. Upstairs, the master retreat includes a walk-in wardrobe, ensuite with double shower and twin basins, and Mount Coot-Tha views. The three remaining bedrooms have built-in robes and two have ensuites while the third has access to the family bathroom. The upstairs family room with wet bar flows out to the upstairs balcony, where you can glimpse city views.
Both 16 and 18 Burke Street, Mungallala, are vacant blocks priced at $6,000.It’s literally around the corner from the town’s golf club — a three-hole course in dry countryside affectionately dubbed The Royal Box. It was reviewed on its Facebook page as being a “small course, big heart” by user Ian Clay. “Good fun, not taken too seriously … Stop and play a round on your way around Australia”.Mungallala is located seven hours northwest of Brisbane in the Maranoa region which is renowned for its “friendly, relaxed and welcoming community spirit” according to the Maranoa Council.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus20 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market20 hours ago43 John Street, Cunnamulla, is $6,500. $6,500 Two hours further west is the second cheapest listed price for a block of land — $6,500 for a 739sq m piece at 43 John Street, Cunnamulla.It’s nine hours to Brisbane and but just four minutes and two streets away from Cunnamulla’s central amenities including shops, the Bowls Club, Football Oval and pool. This one even has access to town water and sewage and is fully fenced. 14-16 Mulga Street, Brigalow, is naturally timbered and $9,000. $9,000 The largest block below $10,000 on the market today is a 1,619sq m piece at 14-16 Mulga Street, Brigalow. Priced at $9,000, it’s described as being “naturally timbered” and fronts a bitumen road which is always good in the country. This one is just three and half hours from Brisbane and a mere 20km from the mining and gas hub of Chinchilla. The town hall, post office, general store and takeaway are just two minutes from the block and a bus takes children from Brigalow to schools in Chinchilla. FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON FACEBOOK Meeting spot: The general store at Brigalow. 14-16 Mulga Street, Brigalow, is priced at $9,000.IF all you dream of is a patch of earth to call your own, there are dirt cheap opportunities in Queensland, with the cheapest in the state priced at just $6000.The cheapest block of land currently listed for sale in Queensland is in a charming little town called Mungallala. $6000 There are actually two blocks available side-by-side at 16 and 18 Burke Street, Mungallala — each costing $6000 and measuring 1,012sq m. It’s got town water and sewage access. From $7,000 About six and a half hours from Brisbane, also northwest, is 7 Railway Parade, Injune, which has been priced at offers over $7,000.The block is vacant and approximately 800sq m with electricity, water and sewerage connected.