Neighbour gifts house in will

first_imgEnlisting Megan’s brother John Daniel to renovate the home, the couple have put in a brand new kitchen and bathroom. The new kitchen. There is only one bathroom but it is a stunner.They have polished the original timber floorboards, repainted inside, put on a deck to capitalise on city views and enclosed the downstairs laundry. The deck with city views.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus10 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market10 hours agoMr McIlwain said he believed Ms Ross would be proud of the result.“My favourite part of the house is the charm of it, and the features that were put in the house in the 1920s: the picture walls and panel ceilings and panel walls and of course the city views that are breathtaking.” The lounge room with chandelier and original features.And while it is hoped a young family will claim the property, Mr McIlwain will forever be grateful to the elderly neighbour who was adopted by his family.“I think that’s one of the beautiful things about it, we got to teach our kids respect for elders, and a sense of community and social obligation of looking after the needs of others,” he said.The house is being sold through David Moore of RE/MAX First Residential, Coorparoo. This three-bedroom house at 31 Sylvia St, Camp Hill is for sale now.WHEN Shirley Ross passed away at the age of 89, she gave her home to the only family she had, her neighbours. The house as it looked in 1999. Picture: CoreLogic.Now after an extensive renovation, the house at 31 Sylvia St, Camp Hill, is on the market for the first time.“Shirley was born in the front room of that house in 1929 and it’s stood proudly ever since,” said Tim McIlwain who lives next door with his wife Megan and six children. MORE REAL ESTATE STORIESlast_img

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