Brothers to sell two homes on the one block

first_imgOne of the houses at 181 Baskerville St, Brighton.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 2019While he recounted many family occasions including Christmas parties at the Baskerville St property, Mr Taylor said ideally he would like to see a nice family purchase one, or both homes.“This has been a family home for all of us,” Mr Taylor said. “A few of the brothers have mixed feelings about it, but really it’s a fairly unique opportunity for a buyer.”Siobhan Cowell from Jim McKeering Real Estate Sandgate said the property would suit a first homebuyer or investor. One of the two houses on one block due to go under the hammer.SIX brothers have joined forces and made the decision to sell their parents’ estate at Brighton.Sibling Tim Taylor said there were two homes on the 1457 sq m block at 181 Baskerville St, which could be sold as two houses or separately.Mr Taylor, who works in the marine industry, said currently one of his brothers lived there and a family friend lived in the other house.“Our parents have passed away and so it’s time to sell,” Mr Taylor said. “They (parents) both moved into the home around 1960.” The second house, which will also go to auction.“Anyway you look at it, this is an all-round winning combination,” she said.“This four-bedroom post-war home is a surprisingly large home with separate lounge/dining and family rooms with internal stairs leading to a second bathroom, an undercover entertaining area and a large, family-sized back garden.”She said there was plenty of room for kids and a dog to play. Ms Cowell said Brighton was one of Brisbane’s growth bayside suburbs.“This home is walking distance to local shops and schools,” she said. “You will be impressed with parklands and the beachfront lifestyle.”last_img

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