first_imgMore from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 201911 Knight St, Redbank Plains.Mr Bracken said renovations included the pergola and entertainment area.“There was nothing there when I moved in,” Mr Bracken said.“I put in two huge water tanks and did the gardens up.“Quite a lot of work has gone into this home over time.“There’s two brand-new fences and I put in a Titan shed.” 11 Knight St, Redbank Plains.Truck driver Graeme Bracken has lived at his 11 Knight St home at Redbank Plains for 23 years.Now he’s decided it’s time to sell and move in with his partner at Runcorn.The three-bedroom, one-bathroom house was very simple until Mr Bracken came along and transformed it. And added an impressive shed.Mr Bracken said the shed could be used as a mancave, granny flat or even as a guesthouse. “There’s a wood burner stove, airconditioning and ceiling fans in the shed; it would make a great guesthouse,” he said.“It would be perfect for someone to move into as there’s nothing to do to it.“I think that’s what I’m going to miss most about leaving, it’s been my own for so long.“It’s exactly how I’ve set the place up.”He has renovated the property over many years. The kitchen area at 11 Knight St, Redbank Plains.Mr Bracken said the home, on a 702sq m block of land, would suit someone who was looking for a property to share with their elderly parents.“It’s a very good street and the neighbours are great,” he said.“The property is so close to the Redbank Plains Shopping Village, train station and local schools.”Ray White Redbank Plains selling agent Leah McCabe said the home was in a private position.“It’s in one of Redbank Plains’ best streets,” she said.last_img

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