Backyard bliss for children in secluded northside getaway

first_imgFAMILY ESCAPE: With a pool, tennis court and stables there is plenty to do in this backyard.There is no need to find a good park for the kids to play in with this back yard.The Nundah home at 37 Carew Street was perfect for Fiona Hatch and her three children for everything outside the home.“The backyard is huge and private,” Ms Hatch said.“We bought it within the first hour of seeing it because it is just wonderful for the kids.”The large windows overlook the expansive back yard.The sizeable yard had almost everything to keep her three children away from the TV, with a full-size tennis court and a 13m x 4.5m inground swimming pool.“When the kids were a bit older we had the stables put in so the kids could have their horses over for the weekend,” she said.More from newsNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Parks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus18 hours agoThe home has high ceilings.The home was built in the late 1980s on a 2004sq m triple allotment just behind Kalinga Park.“It is at the highest point on the street and it is a level block,” she said.The home was architecturally designed and built in 1988, and with its cathedral ceilings, exposed brick and timber it has a distinctive look that is very different to other homes in the area.Fiona Hatch plans to downsize from her Nundah home. (AAP Image/Josh Woning)Part of the back of the house has floor to ceiling glass windows, which help give an unrestricted view into the back yard.“The house has been designed to face the back yard, and it is all very private and tranquil,” Ms Hatch said.The home is going to auction this weekend.With five bedrooms and a study over its two floors, the home was ideal for her children when they needed space to themselves.“They had piano rooms and guitar rooms and the house was always quiet between floors,” she said.With her kids now moved out, Ms Hatch planned to downsize and hoped that another young family would move in and make it their own.The house will go to auction on Saturday, June 9on-site at 9am by Ian Cuneo at Ray White — Ascot.last_img

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