Lowset home at The Gap, on 604sq m block, needs new owners

first_imgMore from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 20193 Tallawong Place, The Gap.Mr Thompson is selling the three-bedroom, two-bathroom home with plans to move to an acreage property at Burpengary.Set in a quiet cul-de-sac, the home is on a level 604sq m block, located 8km from the CBD and within proximity to all amenities.Mr Thompson has done some renovations to the home which included doing up the gardens and putting in a swimming pool. He has also installed ducted airconditioning, put in new carpets and a water tank.“It really is a quiet oasis,” Mr Thompson said.“It’s a lovely street and we’ve got good neighbours.“The Gap Village is nearby and it’s got everything you need, it’s just getting better and better.” 3 Tallawong Place, The Gap.When Will Thompson bought this lowset property, at 3 Tallawong Place, The Gap, he had his elderly mother’s interests in mind.But the time has come for him to sell the property he has owned for 10 years after his mum went into care recently.Mr Thompson, a book keeper, said he bought in The Gap area to be closer to his family.“I had two sisters living around there,” he said. “It’s such a lovely suburb with a great community spirit.” 3 Tallawong Place, The Gap.The home features three bedrooms plus a study/home office, master suite with walk-in-robe, ensuite and private courtyard.There is an alfresco setting which overlooks lush tropical gardens. There’s a heated spa and swimming pool with exercise jets.Mr Thompson hopes a young family or retired couple will buy his property.“We’ve had many great memories here,” he said.“There’s been Christmas gatherings, and anniversaries too.”center_img 3 Tallawong Place, The Gap.last_img

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