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first_imgThe home at 88 Mareeba Rd, Ashgrove.“There’s a real sense of community,” she said.“Your neighbours are genuine friends and everyone looks out for each other. We’ll miss that.” Inside 88 Mareeba Rd, Ashgrove.Ms Howlett said the couple moved into the home in 2014, and renovated three years later.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus21 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market21 hours ago“We wanted to live in it before making any changes,” she said.“That was the best decision we ever made. Open plan living and dining at 88 Mareeba Rd, Ashgrove.Ms Howlett said it was the neighbourhood that prompted them to buy the rundown 1920s post-war home.“It was the worst house in the best street,” she said. Natural light and air fills 88 Mareeba Rd, Ashgrove.There are two bedrooms with built-in wardrobes, plus master suite with walk-in wardrobe and ensuite plus an office, bathroom, separate toilet and laundry and additional living room. The dreamy kitchen at 88 Mareeba Rd, Ashgrove.The property is spread over two levels and sits on a 655sq m block. Upon entry, there is a large open-plan living and dining area and kitchen with butler’s pantry. Multiple living areas at 88 Mareeba Rd, Ashgrove.On the lower level, there are two bedrooms with built-in wardrobes, plus rumpus room, bathroom, workshop and covered deck. center_img 88 Mareeba Rd, AshgroveLocated in the family-friendly streets of Ashgrove, this home has been exquisitely renovated and maintained. Hamptons style interiors fill the home at 88 Mareeba Rd, Ashgrove.“Now all the main living areas and kitchen are right at the front of the house. “We love having these rooms so close to the street. It’s the most wonderful neighbourhood and we wanted that connection to be part of the home.” Inside 88 Mareeba Rd, Ashgrove.Ms Howlett said the separate living areas would appeal to buyers.“This layout makes it a great buy for growing families,” she said.Ms Howlett said she would miss the neighbourhood. The home at 88 Mareeba Rd, Ashgrove.Owners Sue Howlett and Leigh Fitzsimmons bought the property at 88 Mareeba Rd, Ashgrove, in 2008.last_img