AFTER: Sleek, stylish and a joy to be in, the new bathroom is unrecognisable. Picture: realestate.com.auHe said the property’s 20 metre frontage was bigger than the standard 10 metres in New Farm.It’s also on a 607 sqm elevated block, which is classified as acreage in New Farm.Other features include Vzug kitchen appliances, a Vintec wine fridge, a self-opening dishwasher, in-ceiling speakers, a steam room shower, automated blinds and curtains and even a fireman’s pole.BEFORE: The old dingy carpet haas seen better days…Picture: realestate.com.au AFTER: 24 Bailey St, New Farm, after the renovation. Picture: realestate.com.auMarketing agent Scott Darwon of Ray White New Farm said there was nothing else like it in the blue chip suburb.“It’s the greatest architectural family home on the market in New Farm I’ve seen in the eight years I’ve been in real estate here,” Mr Darwon said.What you’ll get for $4m in BrisbaneWhere home values grow the fastestWho paid big bucks for this unitBEFORE: The interior was poretty dated before the renovation. Picture: realestate.com.auMore 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 agoAFTER: Impressive outside – and in. Picture: realestate.com.auThe home was designed by Shane Marsh Architects and developer Strathallan spared no expense creating a house for the modern family, based around integrated living areas all on one level spanning 480 sqm.The office, laundry, kitchen, living and dining areas all connect through a single 14 metre, floor to ceiling glass door to the backyard.BEFORE: The kitchen before the renovation was basic to say the least. Picture: realestate.com.au AFTER: A cosy haven now, with wonderful sunset views. Picture: realestate.com.auThe home will open for inspections for the first time on Saturday, but Mr Darwon said he had already received 10 inquiries since the listing went up yesterday.The property is being sold by negotiation, but recent comparative sales include 579 Lower Bowen Terrace, New Farm, which fetched $4.8 million and 53 Mountford Road, New Farm, which sold for $3.3 million.Follow Liz Tilley on Twitter @liztilley84 AFTER: Now it’s a kitchen fit for a master chef. Picture: realestate.com.auThere you’ll find a no-mow lawn, built-in Weber BBQ, outdoor wood burning fire place, outdoor shower and heated pool.“What people are looking for right now is consolidation of living, so you can see the kids from wherever you may be in the house,” Mr Darwon said.GET THE LATEST REAL ESTATE NEWS DIRECT TO YOUR INBOX HEREBEFORE: The bathroom wasn’t exactly a place for pampering before the reno. Picture: realestate.com.au AMAZING MAKEOVER: 24 Bailey St, New Farm, is for sale after a multi-million dollar reno. Picture: realestate.com.auTHE makeover may have cost a mint, but the results speak for themselves.A rundown, pre-war character house in one of Brisbane’s most exclusive suburbs has been dubbed ‘New Farm’s greatest family home’ after undergoing a multi-million dollar facelift.The facade and roof pitch are all that remain of the original 1930 Queenslander at 24 Bailey Street after undergoing a major renovation estimated to be worth around $1.9 million.BEFORE: 24 Bailey St, New Farm, before the renovation. Picture: realestate.com.au
THE finalists of the second edition of the Trophy Stall and Upper Corentyne Cricket Association (UCCA) Under-19 Inter-club 50 overs cricket tournaments have been decided.The finalists are Scottsburg United and No 73 Young Warriors.In semifinal play, No, 73 Young Warriors got the better of No. 72 Cut and Load by 27 runs in a close encounter, in their game played at the No. 72 Cut and Load ground.Young Warriors batted first and fought their way to 109 all out in 29 overs. Victor Latchman top-scored with 34 while Niradt Singh made 16.Bowling for Cut and Load, Seeraj Chatterpaul led the way with 4 wickets – Charran Singh taking 3 and Mukesh Edwards 2.In reply, No. 72 Cut and Load were cut down for 72 in 18.5 overs with Salim Somdat contributing 27.Bowling for Young Warriors, off-spinner Rawle Jabbar 5-20 and leg-spinner Salim Khan 5-24 were the destroyers.In the other game, Scottsburg United defeated No. 73 Mandir by 4 wickets in their game played at the Scottsburg ground.No. 73 Mandir batted first and were dismissed for 92 in 14 overs with Andrew Tahal 33 and Inderpaul Singh 21 the top-scorers. Bowling for Scottsburg United, Joel Dhanraj and Aktar Nohar picked up 4 wickets each.Scottsburg United. in reply. reached 93-6 with all-rounder Joel Dhanraj making 21, Brandon Nandalall 20 and S Blair 18. Tahal picked up 2 wickets bowling for No. 73 Mandir.The final is set for today at the Crabwood Creek groundThe tournament is sponsored by Trophy Stall Port Mourant Branch through its General Manager Ramesh Sunich.Seven participated in the competition, the others being No. 43 Cricket Club, No. 66 Cricket Club and No. 73 Mandir and No. 52 Cricket Club.The Trophy Stall with head office in Bourda Market is one of the leading sponsors of sporting activities in Guyana. It is also one of the leading sports and trophy stores in the country.The Trophy Stall, which opened a Branch in Port Mourant Corentyne last year, is happy to give back to the people of Berbice for their unstinted support over the years.General Manager Ramesh Sunich was happy with the way the competition was organised last year and readily agreed to sponsor the competition again. He has committed to further sponsorship.