Property with self-contained area could be used as a granny flat

first_img17 Foxhill Street, Aspley.Mrs Jenkins added she had excellent neighbours too.“This really is a nice block of land. It’s helped me continue gardening which I enjoy,” she said.More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019“It will be sad to say goodbye to this place.”Mrs Jenkins said she and her husband came from the country to Brisbane, mainly because she had family here at the time. 17 Foxhill Street, Aspley.With eight grandchildren to share the love of her 17 Foxhill St home, Mrs Jenkins said it was a wonderful place for children.“The backyard is lovely for playing cricket and there’s lots of rocks for the kids to climb over,” she said.“I most definitely hope a family will buy this home.”She said downstairs there were facilities for a granny flat if needed.“There a self-contained area which could be well used,” she said. 17 Foxhill Street, Aspley.For the past 17 years Jennifer Jenkins has lived at her Aspley home and loved every moment.However Mrs Jenkins has now made the decision to sell, saying the house is too big to live alone in.“My husband is in a nursing home and I’ll be downsizing, going to a retirement home,” Mrs Jenkins said.She said Foxhill St was a lovely area to live in.“It’s very quiet street,” she said.“I’ve got a beautiful view of the mountains from the front patio, I’m very close to the shops and not a long way from the city.”center_img 17 Foxhill Street, Aspley.Downstairs there is a super large rumpus room, third bathroom and plenty of space to install a kitchenette.The property, on a 779sq m block, features four separate living areas including a formal lounge room, formal dining, family room and a rumpus room.There is plenty of storage both upstairs and downstairs, and a security system and screens.last_img